Ashley Cain has late daughter’s photo printed on his bed to see her every night
Ashley Cain has revealed his late daughter Azaylia's picture is printed on his sheets, which encourages him to get up and make the bed every morning.
The 30 year old and his partner Safiyya Vorajee, 33, tragically lost their baby girl in late April following a battle with leukaemia. The pair had raised £1.6 million to for a treatment in Singapore before being hit with the news that the disease had spread to her brain, which meant the treatment was tragically no longer an option.
Now, heartbroken dad Ashley has taken to his Instagram stories to tell his 1.9million followers why he's able to get up every morning.
Writing over a black background, he explained: "I've never been someone to make the bed, I always left it messy.
"This morning saf told me that she was speaking to someone and told them that since Azaylia went to heaven, I've made the best everyday without fail. This is the reason why>>>".
He then zoomed out on his bedsheets to reveal a gorgeous snap of his late daughter emblazoned on them. He posted a red heart emoji over it.
Ashley, who recently broke down in a heartbreaking clip of his speech at Azaylia's funeral, added: "We have a south facing garden which shines light through the bedroom window.
"So I make the best and open the blinds so Azaylia can look at the beautiful sky all day." followed by a crying emoji.
It comes after the grieving parent recently said he's been "fighting with himself" to "not fall into a hole".
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He wrote: “When I used to use the term exhausted I don’t really think I knew the true definition until now.
"My mind is on a constant emotional cycle of sadness, anxiety and depression along with my heart physically aching without rest.
“I am fighting with myself every hour of everyday to stay active so I don’t fall into a hole that I or anyone around me won’t be able to pull me out of.
Remembering Azaylia Cain
"Running, biking, swimming to try and clear my mind whilst working tirelessly to get Azaylia’s charity set up to help other poorly children suffering, while dealing with my own troubles has finally caught up with me.
"I am feeling physically and emotionally depleted and running on empty.”
Ashley added: “I appreciate all the love we’re receiving and with your continued support we will be able to help lives, change lives and save lives of so many children around the world!”
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