Devon Still’s Daughter Leah Dances, Gives Cute Speech at His Wedding

All the feels! Devon Still’s little daughter Leah had the time of her life at her dad and his longtime love Asha Joyce’s wedding at the New York Public Library on Friday, May 13.

The 6-year-old cancer survivor stole the show when she delivered a touching speech to the gathered family and friends, which included plenty of fellow NFL players and celebs like Holly Robinson Peete.

“Thank you for everyone supporting me and I love my new family,” Leah said in a video captured by Peete, 51, as the wedding guests looked on. “Now, let’s party!”

#leahstrong #theknotdreamwedding this Angel. LEAH STILL doing a toast at her daddy's wedding ???????? #Stillinlove2016

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Leah was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma in 2014, but was declared cancer-free in January 2016.

Still, 26, shared his own touching tribute to his little girl on Friday with an Instagram pic of the father-daughter pair laughing together.

“Everyday I’m thankful,” he captioned the shot simply.

Everyday I'm thankful Photo Cred: @joelinny

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The winning team #theknotdreamwedding #stillinlove2016 @ashaadore Photo Cred: @joelinny

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He and Joyce, who began dating in 2012, boogied down during the night, even busting some choreographed moves to Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” with Leah taking the spotlight.

“After we got engaged, we put off the wedding because my daughter was supposed to be the flower girl,” Still told the Knot in a statement prior to his nuptials. “When the doctors gave her a fifty-fifty chance of surviving, we were not sure that we were ever going to get to that point where I was able to walk her down the aisle. Now that we are going into the wedding, I think it’s finally hitting us that we are over that hump. She really beat cancer.”

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