ASHLEY Cain's girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee shared another sign late daughter Azaylia as she looked at last night's supermoon.
A flickering light hovered beneath a tree as Safiyya filmed the rare blood moon outside her home.
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Safiyya, 34, and her reality TV star boyfriend Ashley, 30, lost their baby daughter to cancer four weeks ago and the grieving mum has often taken comfort in seeing signs that Azaylia is still with her.
Speaking to her fans as she stood outside last night, she said: "Tonight we have the blood flower moon this is where you're meant to feel all kinds of energies from the moon maybe this is why I can’t sit still tonight I don’t know what's wrong but I can’t sit still. I just know I have to be outside.
"Noticing a light dashing across her camera screen, Safiyya added: "Wow, look at that orb in my camera. I just know it's energy, it's here and I just feel something is happening tonight.
"Wow, there’s my little orb again. Hey baby."
The Ex On The Beach star and partner Safiyya said goodbye to their eight-month-old daughter on Friday following a battle with leukaemia.
Ashley has since opened up about his heartbreak and the devastating loss he's suffered.
In photos shared on Instagram, the star dressed in a black suit with a broken heart shaved into his head.
Others showed the mass of support the family received from the public, with people lining the streets to send Azaylia off.
They paid tribute to the little one with huge balloon banners and a lion statue to represent the Lion King.
Safiyya and Ashley released doves at the end of the funeral, with the last picture in the set showing the couple crying as they stand next to each other.
The daughter of former Coventry City footballer and Ex On The Beach star Ashley and his partner Safiyya Vorajee passed away last month at just eight months old after suffering from an aggressive form of leukaemia.
The funeral saw hundreds of well-wishers line the streets for Azaylia’s funeral in her hometown of Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
Ashley and Safiyya had invited mourners to pay their respects to their daughter on the pre-arranged route of a cortege on Friday morning.
Among floral tributes in a hearse which accompanied a horse-drawn white carriage carrying Azaylia's coffin was one spelling out her name.
Many of those lining the route on Friday applauded as the hearse passed by, and orange ribbons had been tied to nearby railings.
A fundraiser to try to help save Azaylia's life through specialist cancer treatment had reached more than £1.5 million by the time she died.
Buildings and famous sites around the world, including Niagara Falls, were lit up in orange last month in support of Azaylia, and to raise awareness of acute myeloid leukaemia.
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