Ashley Cain's girlfriend admits 'really difficult' struggle with anxiety after death of daughter Azaylia

ASHLEY Cain's girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee admitted to struggling with anxiety since the death of her baby daughter, Azaylia.

The heartbroken couple sadly lost their beautiful baby girl last month, with Safiyya opening up about the 'really difficult' time she was going through since Azaylia passed.

Posting from the passenger seat of a car after her brother, Danny, came to pick her up to get her out of the house, Safiyya described what she was going through.

"I've had a really difficult morning, I've woke up and when I wake up, I just try to get myself back to sleep again so I don't face the reality of what's going on right now," the grieving mum said.

"Had my brother come and pick me up today and just bring me out so I can just get out, instead of just staying in home in my safe bubble, just to have a cup of tea and get some fresh air.

"That was really, really good of him."

Safiyya added: "Each day I find that my anxiety levels are just really difficult to cope with, I don't know why, where and how this has all happened.

"Honestly, it's incredibly hard."

The emotional post follows shortly after Ashley and Safiyya announced their plan to use the £1.6million raised by generous fans to set up a charity in Azaylia's name.

The grieving couple say they have been forever changed by the "monster" that leukaemia-stricken Azaylia bravely fought against before it took her life at eight months old.

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 a statement released on Azaylia's GoFundMe page, Ashley and Safiyya said: "To all our amazing supporters, we wanted to – firstly – send our heartfelt thank you to everyone who donated money, made and sent gifts, commented, prayed and showered our family with love and strength during the toughest days of our lives.

"Azaylia joined the angels in heaven on Saturday, April 24, after the most courageous battle with AML.

"She showed her heart, strength and determination every step of the way and we are so so proud of her.

"During her short life on earth side she brought the world together, she claimed a community – her very own pride – who came together to make amazing things happen. The world lit up. The world talked about childhood cancer. The world showed it heart. And YOU helped to make all of that happen. 

"The amount of money needed for Azaylia’s potential treatment in Singapore was raised in just 24 hours. That money can sadly no longer be used to help Azaylia but we want to make sure it is used positively – and in Azaylia’s name."

In her short life, eight-month-old Azaylia touched millions across the world throughout her battle with an aggressive form of leukaemia.

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