Pregnant Mrs Hinch donates £3k to help save Ashley Cain’s daughter’s life – after Rio and Kate Ferdinand donate £1k

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Mrs Hinch has generously donated £3,000 to the fundraiser to help save Ashley Cain's baby daughter's life.

Former Ex On The Beach star Ashley, 30, set up the fundraising page over the weekend after finding out that his seven month old daughter Azaylia's leukemia had relapsed.

He and his girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee are planning to fly their baby girl to Singapore for life-saving treatment, needing to raise £1million for funds.

However, with the help of fans and celebrity friends, Ashley has smashed the target, now raising over £1.5million thanks to the likes of social media influencer Mrs Hinch, who is expecting her second child.

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Ashley's Go Fund Me page lists Sophie Hinchliffe – which is the real name of Mrs Hinch – as one of the fundraiser's top donors, with her sending £3,000 to the cause.

Other big names who have given generously to the cause include PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kamani, who has donated a whopping £20,000.


InTheStyle founder Adam Frisby gave £10,000 whilst a whole host of other stars have dug deep to help raise funds for Azaylia's treatment.

Kate Ferdinand and her retired footballer husband Rio donated £1,000, as did Watford striker Andre Gray, who is engaged to Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins also donated £1,000 each to the cause, with Marvin Humes and Jacqueline Jossa rounding out the famous names that have given money, pledging £500 each.

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An "overwhelmed" Ashley gave his thanks to those donating in an update on Monday, writing on the Go Fund Me page: "With all of your help, we can now begin the process, starting with another bone marrow test on Wednesday.

"Along with a lumber puncture, for samples of cerebrospinal fluid and blood to be sent to Singapore, via a special 48 hour delivery process, to preserve cells for them to begin tests and create a CAR treatment for Azaylia’s disease."

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Seven month old Azaylia has already completed three rounds of chemotherapy and undergone a bone marrow transplant in a bid to treat her aggressive form of the blood cancer.

But after tests last week found that the disease had returned, Ashley was told there were very few treatment options left.

Azaylia has now begun a fourth round of chemo, and once her disease is in remission her parents will take her to Singapore for new treatment.

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