Love Island’s Georgia Harrison gets emotional as she pays tribute to Ashley Cain’s daughter Azaylia

LOVE Island’s Georgia Harrison got emotional as she paid tribute to Ashley Cain’s daughter Azaylia and urged people to be “grateful”.

The reality star, 26 fought back the tears as she showed her respects to the eight-month-old who lost her battle with leukaemia yesterday.


Georgia Harrison paid tribute to pal Ashley Cain and partner Safiyya Vorajee after the loss of their daughter Azaylia Diamond[/caption]

Ashley, 30, and partner Safiyya Vorajee announced the heartbreaking news that their daughter Azaylia sadly died with a rare form of leukaemia yesterday.

Georgia, who met Ashley on MTV’s The Challenge two years ago, has showed her respect towards the family on social media throughout their heartbreaking journey.

Yesterday the TV personality expressed her admiration of how strong they have been as she reflected on what they’ve all been through.

She told her 1.1m followers: “I just dread to think what that family are going through.


Georgia couldn’t contain her emotions[/caption]


Ashley, Safiyya and their baby girl Azaylia[/caption]


Ashley, Georgia and Stephen Bear worked together on MTV’s The Challenge[/caption]

“You’ve just got to be so blessed.

“For those of you who have healthy children and for those of who whose families are fit and well and to just be grateful for every second with people because that’s just so heartbreaking to think about what’s actually happened and to just take it in. They just don’t deserve it.

She continued: “Like it is definitely something that has shook the world.

“I know so many people who have just been crying all day like people all over the world that haven’t even met Azaylia or Ashley or anyone’s family and they’re just like heart broken.

“It’s just so hard to make sense of it but it’s like the only thing you can take out of it is just the awareness that she raised, donations on just such a huge scale and the money that she raised that will presumably, inevitably get donated to other charities.


Georgia found the devastating news hard to process[/caption]


Azaylia Diamond tragically passed away yesterday after her battle with leukemia[/caption]

“But it doesn’t make it any better does it?”

Georgia later took to her Story again in floods of tears after sharing a beautiful montage tribute to the little girl.

She said: “I can’t stop watching that video. I can’t imagine what they’re going through. I literally just can’t imagine what they’re going through.

“It scares me to even think about it.


The family have been so strong over the past few months[/caption]

She wrote: “Oh @mrashleycain I’m so so sorry u don’t deserve it. I love you so much. I hope you guys are okay.”

The couple have kept their fans up to date with their daughters condition on social media.

But yesterday the announced the heartbreaking news that Azaylia tragically passed away at just eight-months-old.

Sharing a snap of him cradling his baby girl, Ashley told fans: “Rest in paradise princess. I will always hold you in my heart until I can hold you again in heaven.”


Ashley kept his fans up to date with his daughter’s condition on social media[/caption]

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.”

For weeks, doctors have said Azaylia could only have “days to live”, but Ashley and Safiyya refused to give up hope.

On Friday, April 23, Ashley and Safiyya said palliative care nurses warned their baby girl might not survive the weekend.

The couple welcomed Azaylia Diamond into the world in August 2020, but just two months after her birth, she was diagnosed with leukaemia.


In her final weeks Ashley was able to take his baby girl out for a walk[/caption]

On April 8 Ashley and Safiyya decided to take their daughter home, after Ashley revealed in a heartbreaking Instagram video that his little girl could only have “days to live”.

The couple managed to raise over £1 million in less than 24 hours in a bid to get their daughter treated in Singapore.

But their world came crashing down when they were told that Azaylia’s disease was too rare to help.

Over the past few weeks they had been trying to make their daughter’s last moments as special as they could with their family and friends by her side.