'Miracles happen, ' Chiara told Mail Online.
"The President is just trying to be helpful if at all possible". They love you and pray everyday for you'.
A Vatican hospital offered to take Charlie in.
But the U.K.'s top death panel has been affirmed by the so-called "European Court of Human Rights", which is apparently some kind of global death panel that convenes in Strasbourg, France, but reserves the right to sentence children everywhere to die.
Johnson expressed gratitude and appreciation for the Italian offer but explained that legal reasons prevent Britain from meeting it.
The infant has been at the centre of a lengthy legal battle after doctors at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital proposed switching his life support machine off.
Charlie is suffering from a rare disease, and his parents want to take him to the United States for an experimental treatment.
However, when hospital officials wanted to stop providing life support for the baby, the parents went to a London court with their case, but the court ruled the baby should be allowed to "die with dignity" and doctors could stop providing life support.
But renowned scientist and genetics expert Lord Winston criticised attempts to transfer the 10-month-old from the central London specialist children's hospital.
Charlie's young life has become a cause celebre among American conservatives, who see it as a disturbing case of government overreach. But the hospital's doctors said that, given Charlie's condition, the therapy was unlikely to have a beneficial outcome.
"In life, there are gray zones", Enoc said.
Chiara refused and with the help of nurses has been able to care for her son.
"It's this bad, awful situation", she said.
'Obviously there have been very, very hard moments, too, due to his illness, but also for other reasons.
"We know that the case is desperate".
He said: "I've seen Charlie constantly, I've seen him every week since he was born, I've been there by the bedside and it's an terrible situation to be in".
Trump tweeted Monday that he would be "delighted" to help Charlie.
They said: "We are utterly heartbroken, spending our last precious hours with our baby boy".
Our strenght is in our Lord Jesus.
Chiara accepts that each of the countries have different laws but said she felt compelled to speak out on the case after following it on social media. He is believed to be one of only 16 children worldwide with the disease, the BBC reported.
Let us follow his example in all of the smaller situations that come up in our own lives, and let us take some time away from our busy day to offer up a prayer for little Charlie and his family.