Safiyya Vorajee says she is ‘proud’ of daughter Azaylia on what would have been her nine-month milestone

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Ashley Cain’s girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee has paid an emotional tribute to her daughter Azaylia on what would have been her nine month milestone.

Ex On The Beach star Ashley, 30, and his girlfriend celebrated the life of their eight month old daughter who passed away following her brave battle with a rare form of leukaemia on Sunday 25 April.

The heartbroken mum, who has recently announced plans with Ashley to set up a charity in Azaylia’s name, also marked the emotional occasion with a meaningful post on Instagram in memory of her.

Safiyya shared several snaps of her beautiful daughter from her hospital bed along with a video of a rainbow to mark the occasion.

In an emotional post, Safiyya, who was touched last week after Azaylia was honoured with a Pride of Britain tribute, wrote: “9 months today. You show us a rainbow to let us no you are here.

“Azaylia you are powerful, beautiful and incredible. You fill my soul when you show me these signs that we ask for I’m so proud of you princess I love you so so much.”

Fans were quick to share their heartfelt messages for the grieving couple in their time of need.

One user wrote: “Oh honey. My heart goes out to you. What a beautiful journey you and your beautiful girl had together. I’m so glad she’s sending you love from above with these signs. Thinking of you and sending so much love.”

Another added: “Happy 9 months beautiful princess. Keep shining down on your amazing mummy and daddy.”

A third penned: “She’s with you always and forever she will always be by your side, Likkle lion will always be around until youse meet again.”

The couple also lit a candle for their daughter surrounded by orange flowers and sweet pictures of Azaylia throughout her life.

Since she passed, the pair have been sharing picture of the sky in an orange hue after the colour orange had become a symbol for them signifying their daughter’s heroic battle with cancer.

This comes after the footballer opened up to his legion of 1.9 million followers on how he’s finding the process of planning his little girl’s funeral.

Writing over a black background, he said: “I always dreaded the first time I’d have to plan a funeral. But I never ever thought it would be my child’s funeral.

“Nothing could ever have prepared me for this. Some days it breaks me and I can’t even bare to do it.

“I always thought it was tough, but making decision on how I’m going to bury my baby is enough to bring me to my knees every single time.”

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