AZAYLIA Cain's mum Safiyya showed a video of the sky above their home turning orange once again following her daughter's tragic death.
The heartbroken parent and partner Ashley Cain have found huge comfort in signs from their little girl in the sky, and regularly update followers on social media.
Last night, Safiyya was emotional to see the vibrant clouds after visiting Azaylia's grave, which has been covered with flowers, soft toys, ribbons, and lights.
Once she arrived home, she filmed the sky from her doorstep as she explained to followers: "We always get a really nice orange sky over there."
Acknowledging that it is a sign from Azaylia, Safiyya went on: "Hello baby."
And it appears that the gesture was even more needed than usual for the grieving mum, who went on to admit that she'd had an incredibly difficult day.
Opening up, she shared: "I've had such a bad day today. Not got out of my PJs all day.
"Cried and felt so lost without my little girl. Grief, anxiety, and depression can swallow you up.
"This is why I have to get up and get going straight away, I don't hurt any less by keeping motivated I know Azaylia would want me to keep going, like her."
Safiyya and Ashley were left devastated in April when Azaylia passed away at eight months old following a brave battle with leukaemia.
They have been open in the comfort that they get from the sky ever since, with the couple regularly sharing their grief on social media.
Ashley admitted that it'd brought him "peace" after he and Safiyya spotted their daughter's face, angels, and even Azaylia's initial in the clouds after her death.
Last month, Ashley had to reassure fans that he was okay after concerning them when he said he was "haunted" by his little girl passing away in his arms.
He broke down in tears in an emotional video at Azaylia's grave, but later shared: "I know I got in my feelings a bit tonight, but I want everyone to know they don't need to worry about me… My daughter fought so hard for her life that I would never, ever give mine up.
"I'm dedicating the rest of my life to fighting, set up this charity to be sure that other families and children don't have to have it as hard as we did."
Ashley added that all he asked was for continued support from his online following as he vowed to always fight in Azaylia's name.
Ashley's posts came hours after Safiyya admitted that she was "numb" and will "never be the same again" in an emotional tribute to her little girl.
The couple laid their daughter to rest last month following her tragic passing in April.
The devoted parents were sure to give Azaylia the send-off she deserved, and were moved as locals lined the streets to pay their respects as the horse-drawn carriage carrying her coffin passed.
At the beginning of April, heartbroken Ashley and Safiyya revealed that doctors had told them they could no longer treat Azaylia's leukaemia, which she was diagnosed with at just eight weeks old.
The family had just raised over £1million for her to get specialist treatment in Singapore when they were delivered the heartbreaking news, with medics finding tumours throughout her body – including on her brain.
In the weeks that followed, Azaylia needed several blood transfusions as she started to cry blood, and suffer nosebleeds – with purple bruises also appearing on her body as her illness meant that her blood could not clot.
She stopped breathing several times and began to suffer seizures in her final days, with Safiyya and Ashley providing their daughter round-the-clock care alongside their close family members.
Azaylia passed away at home on 24 April, with Ashley and Safiyya both paying emotional tribute as they broke the news on social media the following day.
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