Ashley Cain ‘gets a message’ from late daughter Azaylia as sky turns orange ahead of her funeral

ASHLEY Cain received another message from his late daughter Azaylia as the sky turned vibrant orange ahead of her funeral on Friday.

The 30-year-old star and his girlfriend Safiyya were left devastated last month when their little girl passed away at eight months old following a battle with leukaemia.

But they have been open in the comfort they have got from the sky in the weeks after her death, believing that the stunning displays are signs from their daughter.

Taking to his Instagram page yesterday, Ashley was first of all blown away by a bright rainbow amid the clouds, but it only got more poignant.

Later in the evening, the devoted dad filmed as he walked along a path while Circle Of Life from The Lion King played.

He lifted the camera to reveal a beautiful orange-pink sky as the sun set, captioning the videos: "Wait for it… Amazing."

The colours appeared to become even more striking as he filmed, with Ashley commenting: "Look how it got bright, I love you baby."

He added: "Let's go champ" – a phrase the family used throughout Azaylia's brave battle.

Safiyya and Ashley have been honest in their solace from the sky when opening up about their crippling grief with social media followers.

Ashley admitted that it'd brought him "peace" after he and Safiyya spotted their daughter's face, angels, and even Azaylia's initial in the clouds after her death.

And that isn't Azaylia's only legacy, with Ashley overwhelmed at the weekend when several members of his family got a touching tattoo tribute to the fighter.

The moving gesture came shortly after Safiyya and Ashley revealed the details of their daughter's funeral on Friday [21 May], asking any well-wishers and supporters to line the streets of Birmingham for her "final journey".

Ashley previously admitted that planning the sad event had "brought him to his knees" in emotional Instagram posts.

At the beginning of April, the devoted parents revealed that doctors had told them they could no longer treat Azaylia's leukaemia, which she was diagnosed with at just eight weeks old.

The family had just raised over £1million for her to get specialist treatment in Singapore when they were delivered the heartbreaking news, with medics finding tumours throughout her body – including on her brain.

In the weeks that followed, Azaylia needed several blood transfusions as she started to cry blood, and suffer nosebleeds – with purple bruises also appearing on her body as her illness meant that her blood could not clot.

She stopped breathing several times and began to suffer seizures in her final days, with Safiyya and Ashley providing their daughter round-the-clock care alongside their close family members.

Azaylia passed away at home on 24 April, with Ashley and Safiyya both paying emotional tribute as they broke the news on social media the following day.

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