Ashley Cain's baby daughter Azaylia has second round of chemotherapy amid hunt for stem cell donor to battle leukaemia

ASHLEY Cain's baby daughter Azaylia had her second round of chemotherapy as they hunt for a stem cell donor to battle leukaemia.

The former Ex On The Beach star, 30, shared a series of adorable snaps alongside the four-month-old tot as he updated his fans.

The pictures show Ashley holding his daughter in his arms, before dancing around the hospital room with her.

Writing from the Birmingham Children's Hospital, the reality star wrote: "Blink and 4 months has gone by. I can't believe how much she has grown.

"The last time she had her height measured she was in the top 98 percentile of baby's [sic.] her age.

"So it's nice to see that she is still growing and developing realy well despite her cancer and treatment.

"Those first 4 months have flown by so fast it's crazy. But I'm proud to say that I don't think there's been a single day that I haven't seen, danced and told my daughter I love her! & I don't plan on breaking that commitment anytime soon!

"Azaylia has now completed her second round of chemotherapy and is now in the process of a 5 week recovery period in the hope that January she has found a donor match and can go into transplant.

"Ps I don't think she was impressed with my angles in the second picture."

The 30-year-old star told fans that his baby girl had been diagnosed with Leukaemia last month – just eight weeks after he and girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee welcomed her into the world.

The devoted dad has been keeping fans updated on Azaylia's battle on Instagram.

He revealed last week that his daughter will need a bone marrow transplant in her battle against the illness.

Speaking from his daughter's hospital room while she slept, Ashley said: "I was having a great morning with my little one then the doctors came in and said that no matter how well she does with these blocks of chemotherapy, she's on the high risk list so she'll 100% need a bone marrow transplant.

"And due to her ethnicity, Caribbean, Burmese, Indian, English, it's very difficult to find a match for a transplant.

"Even if she does find a transplant, she's so small and because her case is so bad it's a very, very long, gruelling, and intense procedure and we could be here for a very, very long time – and that's if she manages to fight it and withstand it."

With his eyes filling with tears, Ashley continued: "It's sad, it feels like we are back to the start – it's broken my heart again.

"It's difficult, it's so difficult. As long as she has a fighting chance we are going to fight and this little warrior, she can do it."

He added: "Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers and please keep sending us positive energy because we are feeding off it."

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