Tributes continue to pour in for Ashley Cain's daughter Azaylia as she fights against a rare form of leukaemia.
Her story has touched the nation over recent months and now famous landmarks across the globe have lit up to recognise the courageous eight-month-old and her battle against the disease.
Azaylia's mum and Ashley Cain's partner Safiyya Vorajee shared the emotional images to Instagram on Sunday night.
Among those lit up orange in recognition of the little girl were Blackpool Tower, Niagara Falls and the CN Tower in Canada.
Safiyya, 34, posted the images and captioned each of them: "Thank you for lighting up for Azaylia."
CN Tower captioned its Twitter post on Friday: "Tonight the #CNTower will be lit orange to raise awareness for Acute Myeloid Leukemia and honour families facing this rare and aggressive disease including #AzayliaDiamondCain "
It followed in the footsteps of famous UK tourist spots and buildings in paying tribute to Azaylia while raising awareness of the rare condition.
Radio City Tower in Liverpool, Newcastle's Millennium Bridge, Clacton Pier in Clacton-on-Sea and Wembley Stadium in London have all been lit orange in recent days as a tribute.
On April 13, the Twitter page for Clacton Pier wrote: "Clacton Pier is lit up orange tonight to raise awareness into a rare and very aggressive disease, acute myeloid leukaemia.
"We have agreed to highlight this in support of brave 8-month-old Azaylia Diamond Cain who was given two days to live and is still battling 13 days on."
The events coincided with a Clap for Azaylia which saw thousands across the globe join in.
The eight-month-old tot has been fighting a rare and aggressive form of leukaemia since she was just two months old, and the heartbroken parents have recently been told there is no further treatment available.
Ashley Cain revealed in an emotional Instagram message on Sunday night that his daughter had managed to open her eyes again after days of them being forced shut by swelling.
He revealed that the couple aren't counting the days until their daughter's passing but instead are "just doing our best to make those days count".
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