Ashley Cain’s girlfriend Safiyya spots ‘angels’ and the letter A in the sky after baby Azaylia’s tragic death

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ASHLEY Cain’s girlfriend Safiyya spotted “angels” and the letter A in the sky as she continues to grieve for her baby daughter.

Azaylia tragically died last Sunday at just eight months old following a brave battle with leukaemia.

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Azaylia’s parents spotted an A in the sky[/caption]

Her devastated parents have been using “signs from above” to stay strong and continue the little girl’s legacy.

“I looked out the window and saw this,’ said Safiyya.

“Amazing. You’re all incredible. Thank you for sharing.

“The letter A. Azaylia you’re incredible.”

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They are convinced it was a sign from their baby girl[/caption]

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It was an emotional moment after Azaylia’s death last Sunday[/caption]

She added: “I see angels and my baby angel. She is showing me she is protected.”

And on Bank Holiday Monday, Ashley revealed he had smiled for the first time since her death after receiving a ‘sign from above’.

He added: “The heavens continue to shine orange for Azaylia.”

Writing a message for his baby girl, the heartbroken dad said: “I love you princess. You’re forever in my heart. Keep smiling, keep shining bright. I miss you, Daddy.”

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Safiyya and Ashley with baby Azaylia after a plane spelled out A before her tragic death[/caption]

Ashley has admitted he is struggling to cope with the tragedy, but is using his daughter’s memory and the promises he made to her to motivate himself.

Taking to the streets for a run today in his new orange trainers, Azaylia’s favourite colour, Ashley said she is inspiring him to stay positive.

He wrote on Instagram: “Right now, It’s taking everything I have to begin each new day. The pain of not being able to see my little girl is consuming my whole body.

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“So this afternoon, I put on my new running trainers that I bought after Azaylia gained her angel 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.”

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