SOME of Britain’s biggest stars have rallied behind Ashley Cain in his battle to save his poorly daughter’s life – raising nearly £1.5million.
Kate and Rio Ferdinand are among the generous donors putting money into Azaylia’s fund, giving £1,000.
The Ex on the Beach star and former Championship footballer wants to fly the tot to Singapore to receive potentially life-saving treatment for leukaemia.
Speaking from his little girl’s hospital room last night, Ashley told followers: “I am absolutely lost for words, I’m overwhelmed by the sheer amount of support that you guys have given us.
Other famous people helping out were Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins, who gave £1,000 each.
Footballers Cyrus Christie, Harrison Reed and Andre Gray – Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock’s fiance – gave the same amount.
Big-hearted Manchester United star Luke Shaw is listed as having put in a £5,000 donation.
Pretty Little Thing millionaire Umar Kamani put in £20,000 to help Ashley with his heartbreaking mission.
And countless of members of the public have pitched in too, with more than 107,000 people making donations on Go Fund Me.
Earlier this week, the star revealed that Azaylia had relapsed after an unsuccessful bone marrow transplant.
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The devastated family now face a race against time to secure a spot in Singapore for year-long CAR-T therapy, plus a haplo transplant, which will give Azaylia the best chance at survival.
They need a £500,000 deposit just to be accepted into the hospital and onto the programme, with Ashley desperate to raise a million as soon as possible to give Azaylia the best chance.
He wrote on Azaylia’s Go Fund Me page: “We are on our knees asking for help to get us to Singapore.
“Even the smallest of donations could help us reach our goal. Please help us to save our beautiful daughter Azaylia, she has inspired not only us as her parents but so many other people around the world.
“If you have been following our journey you can see that she shows us all everyday how much she loves life and wants to be here!”