ASHLEY Cain broke down in tears as he sung to his late daughter Azaylia at her grave.
The 30-year-old lost his baby girl to a rare and aggressive form of leukaemia in April this year.
Yesterday Ashley went to visit Azaylia's beautiful resting place.
As he played Eternal's I Wanna Be The Only One out loud by her grave, he became overwhelmed with emotion.
As he filmed his daughter's grave filled with stunning flowers, cuddly toys and balloons, he told fans: "Playing our songs together gives me so much warmth in my heart."
Ashley wiped the tears from his eyes and blew a kiss to his baby girl as he reflected on all of their wonderful memories together.
The reality star and partner Safiyya Vorajee have been trying to keep themselves busy since the loss of their daughter.
The couple have kept their fans up to date with how they are coping with their grief on social media.
Ashley – who recently secretly battled Covid-19 – has taken up long-distance cycling, swimming and running to keep his mind busy.
Safiyya has also bought herself a bike and spends time with her brother Danny.
Ashley has also done a number of things to remember his daughter by.
Earlier this month he sat in a tattoo parlour for a total of 16 hours to get a stunning lion neck-tattoo in memory of Azaylia.
The permanent reminder of his baby is an animal that means a lot to the family as they refer to Azaylia as their "lickle lion".
The family have also been busy decorating Azaylia's grave with a stunning memorial garden where they can go and be at one with her.
Last month he gave a closer look at the special place – named "Azaylia's Garden" – they created on his Instagram Story.
Azaylia tragically died at eight months old on April 24.
Two months after she was born in August 2020, she was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Ashley and Safiyya documented their journey throughout on Instagram, but in April 2021, they decided to take Azaylia home after being told she had "days to live".
The couple did manage to raise over £1 million in less than 24 hours to get Azaylia over to Singapore for life-changing treatment.
However their dreams were shattered when they were told that her tumours had spread and that it was too late.
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