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Safiyya Vorajee took comfort in spotting an A-shaped cloud, after asking her daughter Azaylia to send her a message.
Azaylia died aged eight months in April, after developing a rare form of leukaemia as a young infant.
In a post shared to her Instagram Stories, her grieving mother Safiyya panned the camera out to the sky as it changed colour from blue to orange.
The colour orange had become a symbol for both Safiyya and boyfriend Ashley Cain, signifying their daughter's heroic battle with the devastating blood cancer.
Speaking in the short clip, Safiyya explained that she had asked her daughter to send her a sign.
She told her followers: "We went to see Azaylia and I asked her, 'Could you do something magical in the sky tonight?'
"And on the way hoe all we've seen is this."
She added: "We're sitting in the living room, and literally about 15 minutes later look at this."
"Well done my baby girl. I know you hear me and you create beauty everywhere. I love you princess."
Several of Safiyya's Instagram followers then messaged her to inform her that the letter A was visible in the sky.
Responding to the observation in delight, she wrote: "Your all incredible. Thank you for sharing the letter A. Azaylia your incredible."
This comes after footballer Ashley told fans "it's taking everything I have" as he shared an emotional update following the death of his infant daughter.
Taking to Instagram, the Ex On The Beach star said: "Right now, it's taking everything I have to begin each new day. The pain of not being about to see my little girl is consuming my whole body.
Despite this dark time for the couple, Ashley has been trying to tackle each day as it comes the way his daughter did while she was alive.
He continued: "But in times of weakness, I have come to think … 'What would Azaylia do?' She would be strong, she would be courageous and she would get up, get out and do what is needed to be done.
"She would push through every challenge with intent and without hesitation. So that's exactly what I'm going to do!
"I guess the pain will never fade and things will not get easier, but we will get stronger. #LetsGoChamp #AzayliaDiamondCain.”
Azaylia was just eight weeks old when she was diagnosed with the rare form of leukaemia. She tragically passed away on Saturday, April 24.
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