Ashley Cain's girlfriend Safiyya shares tributes to baby Azaylia with Niagara Falls among landmarks to light up orange

ASHLEY Cain's girlfriend Safiyya shared the "special" tributes to baby Azaylia – with Niagara Falls among the landmarks to light up orange for her.

The heartbroken parents were told at the end of last month that their eight-month-old daughter's leukaemia can no longer be treated.

Several landmarks across the world lit up orange to raise awareness for Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, with Safiyya and Ashley sharing them on their Instagram Stories last night.

The first was a picture of Niagra Falls, lit up orange from behind.

She captioned the incredible pic: "So special @niagrafalls Thank you for lighting up for Azaylia"

The next showed Blackpool Tower illuminating, with a heart lit up at the bottom.

She wrote: "#blackpooltower Thank you for lighting up for Azaylia"

Safiyya then shared a tweet from the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada, which read: "TOnight the #CNTower will be lit orange to raise awareness for Acute Myeloid Leukaemia and honour families facing this rare and aggressive disease including #AzayliaDiamondCain"

The Millennium Bridge in Newcastle also glowed orange, with the caption reading: "Thank you to the Millennium Bridge in Newcastle for shining bright for Azaylia."

Sheffield's Meadowhall Shopping Centre also joined the other landmarks and lit up for Azaylia.

Safiyya and Ashley welcomed Azaylia in August of last year, but were left devastated just eight weeks later when they were told that she has leukaemia.

They have documented much of her fight on their Instagram pages, and told how they hope to make their little girl's time with them as full of fun, love, and happiness as possible.

Last week, Safiyya revealed that "struggling" Azaylia is now on oxygen at home after she was rushed to hospital again.

She previously told how Azaylia has lost movement in half of her face due to tumours on her brain.

Last month, Ashley and Safiyya raised over £1 million to take Azaylia to Singapore in a last-ditch attempt to save her life – but were left devastated when they were told the specialists in the country could not help.

Doctors in the UK then discovered tumours throughout Azaylia's body, including her brain and spleen, and delivered the heartbreaking news that they'd run out of options to treat her.

The brave parents have now taken their little girl home from hospital, but still have regular trips back into A&E to keep Azaylia comfortable, with the eight month old having blood transfusions after crying blood, and bleeding from her nose.

Safiyya has also revealed purple bruises all over Azaylia's body as the leukaemia prevents her blood from clotting.

Through her brave fight, Azaylia has won the hearts of the nation, and has been nominated for a Pride of Britain award – with people across the UK also taking to their doorsteps to "Clap for Azaylia" earlier this week.

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