Ashley Cain has paid an emotional tribute to his daughter to mark the six-month anniversary of her death.
Little baby Azaylia stole the hearts of the public as she battled a rare form of leukaemia.
Sadly, she passed away aged eight months and the reality TV star and his partner, Safiyya Vorajee, have vowed to keep her legacy going since.
Ashley took to Instagram on Sunday evening to share an image of his daughter alongside the caption: "6 months ago today I lost my baby, my best friend, my hero and the love of my life.
"I would give up the remaining years of my life to live those 8 months again… I would give them up simply just to hold you or kiss you one more time. My world will never be the same without you champ.
"Beautiful - Strong - Courageous - Special! Azaylia Diamond Cain I miss you more than words can explain and I will love you with all of my heart forever!"
Adding pics of the tot to her Stories, she wrote: "6 months ago you fell asleep and went to heaven. My heart is broken I miss you.
"My hero. My inspiration. My baby girl.
"My heart is so heavy everyday the pain I feel is indescribable. We will always be together. Mummy Azaylia Daddy."
She posted another video asking her followers to join her in lighting a candle in memory of the youngster before sharing footage from their daughter resting place.
The couple have launched a foundation in honour of their daughter with Ashley already completing several high intensity charity events to raise money.
The Azaylia Cain foundation launched on August 31 as Ashley and Safiyya try lead the fight against childhood cancer.
"The launch of my daughter's incredible charity has finally been announced," Ashley wrote on his story at the time.
"But it's brought to the surface the true reality of why we're actually doing all of this which brings me to my knees every time.
"My journey dealing with grief and a broken heart I believe will be everlasting and I wouldn't have it any other way. But I realised tonight more than ever why I must be strong, why I must fight every day and why this whole thing is so important to me."Read More Read More