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The pair both informed fans of her return to hospital on social media, with Ashley, 30, posting a video of his eight-month-year-old in an ambulance on Instagram, and writing: "Come on, baby".
Another emotional post read: "I love you, princess".
In another clip of Azaylia being carried from the ambulance, she wrote: "You are amazing baby. Mummy and daddy promised to give you our 100 per cent from day one & we will keep to our word what ever you need we will do for you baby (sic)."
Azaylia only returned from hospital on Friday following the tragic news that her cancer had progressed too much for any more treatment. The intention was that her parents make her comfortable at home so she can enjoy her final days as much as possible.
However, heartbreakingly, Azaylia has had to return to hospital twice in the last 24 hours. Prior to this morning, she went back on Tuesday to have another platelet transfusion, after her condition deteriorated.
Explaining his daughter's condition, Ashley previously told fans: "She's got tumours in her head and organs. And because of her blood cancer, it means that it eats away at the cells that help clot the blood."
The sad update about Azaylia's latest hospital trip comes just hours after a Clap For Azaylia was launched last night, as a way to honour the little one, and show support for Ashley and Saffiya in their time of need.
As well as the general public, stars including Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch, Stacey Solomon, Charlotte Dawson and Mrs Hinch all took to their doorsteps to honour her at 7pm.
Speaking on the clap, Charlotte told followers: "Being a new mum it's been so hard, I'm holding onto Noah that much tighter. I pray for a miracle I really do, we're all behind you Azaylia and family... in my thoughts every second of the day. Xxx(sic)".
Reality TV favourite Ashley and Safiyya had been hoping to take their daughter to Singapore to undergo lifesaving CAR T-cell therapy for her leukaemia, even fundraising over £1.5 million from generous fans to make the trip.
But they were recently dealt a devastating blow, and told by the hospital that the treatment was no longer an option, because her cancer was so rare.
"We're gonna be strong, and we're gonna go out with honour," he said as he updated supporters on the gut-wrenching news.
The grieving dad added that he was going to try and put on a brave face because his daughter "needs to see daddy smiling".
We're so sorry for Ashley, Safiyya and little Azaylia. Keep fighting, champ.
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