ASHLEY Cain has revealed that he has his late daughter Azaylia's picture printed on his bed sheet so he can see her every night.
The grieving dad, 30, told his fans that he has a special personalised duvet cover with his little girl's face on.
Ashley and partner Safiyya Vorajee, 34, have shared a series of touching tributes to their daughter since she died following a battle with a rare form of leukaemia in April.
The Ex On The Beach star shared on his Instagram Story: "I've never been someone to make the bed, I always left it messy.
"This morning Saf told me that she was speaking to someone and told them that since Azaylia went to heaven, I've made the bed everyday without fail.
"This is the reason why…we have a south facing garden which shines light though the bedroom window.
"So I make the bed and open the blinds so Azaylia can look at the beautiful sky all day."
The couple have been visiting their daughter's grave every day and earlier this week Ashley showed their fans how it was lit up at night, covered in fairy lights and candles.
Safiyya told her followers: “Mummy and daddy just come to do some midnight prayers for you. We love you.”
Ashley shared his own pictures from the graveside and wrote: "Goodnight, godbless angel."
Earlier in the day, she sat beside her daughter’s grave as she opened up about how much she is struggling at the moment.
Safiyya explained: “I have been having really bad anxiety and panic attacks. I just keep getting them all throughout the day so I decided to come and sit down here with her because when I am here, I feel at peace with her. I feel like I am on a constant rollercoaster all day.”
She added: “I feel like I’m being tormented. All day the battle is so intense in my head, I have to come to her even if I just sit here and do nothing. I love you Azaylia.”
Safiyya and Ashley have been keeping fans updated with their journey into grief.
The brave mum previously said her life is feeling purposeless without her daughter, though she is looking forward to helping people with a charity set up in her name.
The inspirational couple managed to raise £1.6million through donations from generous fans in order to pay for treatment for her leukaemia.
In her short life, eight-month-old Azaylia touched millions across the world with her battle.
There were global landmark tributes, millions raised by generous fans and celebrity supporters who backed the family throughout.
Niagara Falls, the Blackpool Tower and Toronto’s CN Tower all turned orange for Azaylia as a sign of strength and unity in the family's darkest hours.
"Let's go champ" became a phrase used by all to encourage Azaylia's courageous fight to carry on.
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