Ashley Cain goes for late-night visit to daughter Azaylia's grave after saying being outside makes him feel close to tot
ASHLEY Cain visited daughter Azaylia's grave last night after admitting being outside has made him feel close to her.
The reality TV star revealed on Instagram that he went to see her final resting place twice on Friday.
Ashley, 30, wished Azaylia "goodnight" after cycling for miles to visit family.
Sharing a video of an orange sky, he explained: "So I biked 25k to my aunty's house and this is the sky. I love you champ. Let's go babe."
Ashley then filmed dozens of beautiful lanterns, rainbows, and luminous hearts that lit up his daughter's grave.
Later, the Ex On The Beach star explained to fans: "I'm just about to go on a 30km solo ride now. A lot of people are wondering why I'm training so much and that's because when I'm outside in the fresh air and the sky above I feel like I'm with Azaylia and Azaylia is with me."
Ashley also spoke about the charity being set up by him and Azaylia's mum Safiyya Vorajee.
He vowed to help families dealing with grief and children battling terminal illness.
He said: "And the fact we are setting up this charity now, though it's difficult because we think it's vitally important that even though we're going through this tough time we want to help families and potentially save the loss of children's lives. People suffering in similar situations to what we went through.
"We want to represent strength, courage, shine a light on this strong and powerful battle, especially children, and we want to help them. So I'm going to continuing being outside and taking my daughter with me. And soon we are going to be setting up this amazing foundation which is going to help so many people out there."
Azaylia passed away at home on April 24 when she was aged eight months.
Her dad's latest post comes a day after mum Safiyya sang to her late baby daughter Azaylia on a visit to her grave.
Safiyya 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.
They plan to use the fundraising cash – most of which was raised in 24 hours – on helping others through charity work, as well as giving Azaylia the "magical" send-off she deserves.
In her short life, eight-month-old Azaylia touched millions across the world throughout her battle with an aggressive form of leukaemia.
There were global landmark tributes, millions raised by generous fans and celebrity supporters who backed the family throughout.
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