The 26-year-old from Partington, near Manchester, died last week after suffering with a rare form of cancer for more than three years.
The mum-of-one, Rhianna Ferguson, battled renul medullary carcinoma and died in her sleep on Tuesday night.
Her heartbroken family have paid tribute to her and said they will make sure little Nova-Noelle will always know how much she was loved.
Rhianna's sister, Renacia, told the Manchester Evening News: "Rhianna was the most thoughtful diva in the world, she knew how to get her own way but she always helped anyone.
"Everything she was will live on through her daughter, the Rhianna part two.
"She will be everything Rhianna was and more and continue to make her mum proud."
Speaking to Rhianna she added: "Nova-Noelle will ALWAYS know what and amazing mummy she has and how much you loved her.
"She's just like you Rihanna, a Rihanna part two, so I know she will be OK and just as strong as her mummy and make you proud."
In 2016 the brave mum hoped to raise £60,000 for rare cancer treatment in Germany.
The mum-of-one told the MEN then: "When I first found out it was horrible. My life flashed before me.
"My daughter is only one and I just kept thinking I would miss her life.
"It’s one of the rarest forms of kidney cancer and nothing works for it. The longest survivor has lived for eight years. It’s incurable at the moment."
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