ASHLEY Cain’s former partner Safiyya shared an emotional clip of their daughter Azaylia in the lead up to the first anniversary of her death.
The tot tragically passed away at just eight-months old on April 24 last year following a battle with a rare form of leukaemia.
Her parents – who have now split – continue to visit her grave daily and keep her memory alive.
And over the weekend it was no different as Safiyya remembered their first and only Easter together.
Sharing a touching video of the little girl having an Easter egg while in hospital, she wrote: “Last year was the best Easter I’ve ever had although it was the most tragic time of our life.
"I made sure my baby had an Easter we remembered 🐣 we made memories and she enjoyed it to the fullest, I wanted her to try chocolate, smile & have fun and she did just that!
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“It was difficult pulling all these memories back up I’ve cried,smiled & appreciated my time on earth as a family, next week marks azaylias year since she passed & went to heaven 👼 and knowing we made every moment precious and special fills my heart. We have memories that will last a lifetime.”
The heartbroken mother added: “Happy Easter in heaven today baby have a special day with all the children 👼 have as many eggs as you like 😘 mummy loves you 😘.”
Azaylia was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia when she was eight weeks-old.
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While her life was cruelly cut short, the tot’s diagnosis and subsequent fundraiser got worldwide attention and a staggering £1.6million was raised in her name in just a few days.
The pair have said they would continue fundraising to help other families whose children have cancer and have already raised thousands for The Azaylia Foundation.
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