Ashley Cain’s girlfriend, Safiyya Vorajee, paid tribute to daughter Azaylia after seeing the letter ‘A’ in the clouds, days after her death.
The eight-month-old tragically died last month following a battle with a rare and aggressive form of leukaemia.
Following her death, Safiyya was stunned by how pretty the sky looked, taking this as a message from her little girl.
In a string of videos on her Instagram page, she shared footage with fans, explaining: ‘I went to see Azaylia and I asked her if she could do something magical in the sky tonight, and on the way home, all we’ve seen is this…
‘We’re sitting in the living room, and literally about 15 minutes later, look at this. Well done baby girl. I know you hear me, you create beauty everywhere. Love you, princess.
‘I was outside just literally looking up at the sky and wow, within them few minutes, look at that.
Safiyya shared the footage on her Instagram story (Picture: Instagram)
‘No one would’ve ever [have] known that it would’ve happened. I love you baby.’
Safiyya later revealed that fans pointed out that there was an ‘A’ in the shape of the clouds, replying: ‘Your all incredible. Thank you for sharing. The letter A. Azaylia your incredible [sic].’
Ashley and Safiyya lost baby Azaylia in April, months into her battle with leukaemia.
Fans and famous faces were among those paying tribute to the little one, with the family offering updates of her condition throughout her illness on social media.
Ex On The Beach star Ashley opened up about grieving for his daughter, explaining that the pain he felt ‘consumed his whole body’.
‘Right now, It’s taking everything I have to begin each new day,’ he told fans. The pain of not being able to see my little girl is consuming my whole body.
‘So this afternoon, I put on my new running trainers that I bought after Azaylia gained her angle wings. I got them in orange to represent Azaylia and her battle, in the hope they would inspire me to get out and work through the pain.
‘For days I’ve wondered when I would have the strength to put them on and hit the road. The truth is, I don’t feel strong, I feel far from it. But in times of weakness, I have come to think… “What would Azaylia do?”‘
‘She would be strong, she would be courageous and she would get up, get out, and do what is needed to be done,’ he added. ‘She would push through every challenge with intent and without hesitation.
‘So that’s exactly what I’m going to do! I guess the pain will never fade and things will not get easier, but we will get stronger.’
Credit: Original article published here.