ASHLEY Cain has been hit with more heartbreak following the death of his grandmother.
The reality star’s partner Safiyya Vorajee revealed the tragic news last night, seven months on from the loss of their daughter Azaylia.
Sharing a picture of his grandma cuddling up to their daughter, she wrote: “Grandma Cain RIP
“Been such a difficult time over the past few days for the family. Grandma got her angel wings last night. Fly high. We love you.”
Azaylia Diamond Cain died in April aged just eight months after fighting acute myeloid leukaemia for most of her life.
Ex on the Beach star Ashley revealed the news on social media, saying: "Rest In Paradise Princess.
"I will always hold you in my heart until I can hold you again in heaven."
Azaylia's mum Safiyya Vorajee added: "You are my angel my heartbeat my soul, RIP my precious baby, you will always be with me like a handprint on my heart."
The couple have since said that every day is a battle to carry on, but they have vowed to keep fighting in her name to help other children and their families who are going through the same ordeal.
To honour her memory, they launched The Azaylia Foundation, which, among its many aims, will alert other parents to the symptoms of the disease.
Ashley said: "This will be the most traumatic and terrible journey for so many people.
"We want to honour Azaylia's legacy to help others. This is about getting children and their families through the worst time of their lives.
"These cancers are only rare because no one is talking about them and raising awareness. We have a new purpose in life.
"Helping other children in Azaylia's name means more to us than the air in our lungs."
Azaylia was just eight weeks old when she was diagnosed with AML last October. At first she made good progress, but although her parents succeeded in raising enough money to fly her to Singapore for the treatment, she became too unwell to go.
Her plight became worldwide news, with several huge landmarks illuminated including Blackpool Tower, and the CN Tower and Niagara Falls in Canada to raise awareness of Azaylia's illness.
And A-list stars around the world got in touch, including wrestler turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who told the couple his heart broke for them.
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