Ashley Cain fights back tears as he listens to motivational speeches at 6am after late-night visit to daughter's grave

ASHLEY Cain fought back tears as he listened to motivational speeches at 6am as he continues to grieve for his daughter Azaylia.

The emotional 30-year-old needed support after making a late-night visit to the eight-month-old's grave.

He kept repeating "my family is counting on me, Azaylia is counting on me" as he listened to the American voice booming out.

Ashley worried fans this week after admitting he's "haunted" by baby Azaylia "passing away in his arms" after her leukaemia battle.

Last night he addressed why he's been quiet on social media, telling his followers: "It's been very difficult and in a lot of cases there's not a lot to say.

"One thing that's been helping, and might help others who have lost a loved on… we can stand up and make them proud.

"if you are struggling, you find yourself lost or struggling for purpose, understand your purpose is making them proud.

"Rest assured they are watching you from heaven, as I know my daughter is watching down on me.

"I am going to make her proud until the day I join her in heaven."

The former reality star has also been looking out for signs from his daughter to help him in his grief.

Last night he revealed the emotional moment he asked her "to show him she's OK".

The former Ex on the Beach star, 30, said the sky turned orange after he "spoke to his baby girl in heaven".

"Azaylia was with us tonight," said Ashley as he revealed the orange sky.

"Can you see how bright that sky is? It's amazing. Let's go champ. I love you baby."

He added: "I asked you to show me a sign to show me you're OK, a sign to give me strength and you couldn't have given me a more beautiful one."

He then shared a snap from Azyalia's graveside, writing: "Goodnight, God bless Princess.

"Thank you for lighting up the sky for us tonight. I love you."

At the beginning of April, heartbroken Ashley and Azaylia's mum 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.

Azaylia passed away at home on April 24 when she was aged eight months.

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