Ashley Cain’s girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee feels ‘so alone’ and ‘hurts bad’ after losing daughter Azaylia

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Safiyya Vorajee has spoken out about missing her and Ashley Cain's eight month daughter Azaylia, who tragically died following a battle with leukaemia last month.

The Ex on the Beach star, 30, and his girlfriend, 34, have been grieving since they said goodbye to their precious little girl in April just before she would have turned nine months old.

On Wednesday, Safiyya, who has candidly shared her struggles after losing her baby girl, opened up on how she has been feeling "so alone" despite having support around her.

"So much support around me yet I feel so alone," she shared on Instagram, alongside Azaylia's initials.

"I hurt so bad and cry so much. I miss you my beautiful baby. I really ache so hard for you."

She finished off by gathering her thoughts about the day she hopes to reunite with her daughter in heaven.

"We will be together in paradise forever one day you are my hero," she said. "I'm so lucky to be your mummy."

It comes after Safiyya shared a tribute to Azaylia on Tuesday, which would have been her nine-month milestone.

"9 Months today," she wrote. "You show us a rainbow to let us know 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.

"We are lighting a candle at 8pm for Azaylia please join us."

Ashley and Safiyya were left touched after Pride Of Britain shared a tribute to their late daughter.

They shared a short clip of their Instagram page for the Pride of Birmingham Awards.

The clip saw a black background with white writing which read: “Dedicated with love to all those bravely fighting their own battles.

"You are all heroes," before changing to a photo of Azaylia as the caption read: "Dedicated with love to Azaylia Cain and to all those bravely fighting their own battles.”

A lion emoji was then added with the hashtag #PrideOfBirmingham.

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