Over a million Ashley Cain fans all over the world pay tribute to Azaylia after her tragic death at 8 months old

ASHLEY Cain's heartbreaking announcement that his daughter Azaylia had died has received more than a million tributes from all around the world.

The devastated dad informed his Instagram following of the sad news on Sunday, and it has been met with an enormous outpouring of love in the form of likes and comments.

Azaylia, who had a rare from of leukaemia, inspired and moved many people during her eight-month life.

The world's highest paid actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson sent a personal message to the family in the days before Azaylia's death.

While famous monuments and locations such as Niagara Falls and The Blackpool Tower were lit orange in tribute to the little girl.

Other celebrities have sent their condolences in their droves.

Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague wrote on social media: “Heaven has gained the sweetest angel, My heart is broken.”

New mum Kate Ferdinand shared her upset, commenting: "So heartbroken for you all, rest in eternal peace beautiful Azaylia. Sending you so much love."

Stacey Solomon paid tribute as she wrote: "I am so sorry. You are incredible parents. Sending strength and love to you and your family. Heaven just gained such a strong incredible angel."

Marnie Simpson wrote:  “I’m so sorry, I have no words ? rip azaylia ❤️❤️.”





Lateysha Grace shared her condolences:  “So sorry . I honestly can’t believe how strong you and your partner have been throughout this . Your the most amazing parents . I could only wish to have your strength. Rip to your beautiful little Angel ?? ?????? she will not be forgotten xxx.”

Ashley’s close friend Georgia Harrison, paid her respects, writing: “Love you so much her life may have been short but she inspired so many people and has saved so many lives encouraging people to sign up to the donor list.

"She has done more for the world than most people will achieve in 70 years and you two have given her the strength to do so xxxx."

Malin Andersson, whose one daughter died at just seven weeks, wrote: "Sending all my love."

Ashley, 30, told fans the heartbreaking news of Azaylia's death on Sunday, writing: "Rest in paradise princess. I will always hold you in my heart until I can hold you again in heaven.






Azaylia's mum Safiyya 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 tot had been battling a rare form of leukaemia, which then spread around her body.

 

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