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Ashley Cain's girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee has shared how she is battling anxiety and depression as she continues life without her baby daughter.

The brave mother is grieving little girl Azaylia – who passed away in April at just eight months old after a batter with a rare form of leukaemia.

And taking to her Instagram Stories on Sunday evening, seven weeks after Azaylia's tragic death, Safiyya told how she is struggling with "clouded" thoughts as she has "so much anxiety and depression."

In the footage, Safiyya explained that the weekend was really tough for her and that in a bid to create a sanctuary at home that she is planning to sort out her garden this week so she can have a space to relax in.

She told her fans: "Hi guys I have had a really, really hard day today. I have so much anxiety and depression that I am struggling with and my head just don’t seem clear."

Safiyya Vorajee has shared on her crippling anxiety after losing her baby girl Azaylia
(Image: Instagram)

Detailing how the grief is taking a toll, the brunette added: "My thoughts seem clouded and just really really struggling but tomorrow I am going to get out on my bike and I want to get my garden together and have a nice little sanctuary spot and feel at ease, get a barbecue and start going outside in my garden a little bit."

She also typed atop of the clip: "Incredibly tough day again, I’ve been sleeping then waking up & sleeping again to try and block everything out, my heart feels like it’s my pounding out my chest & I’ve been getting panic attacks where I feel lost & suffocated."

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Both Ashley and Safiyya have been updating fans with their grief journey via updates on social media.

Azaylia lost her battle to leukaemia at the end of April, with Ashley taking to social media to update fans on the tragic news.

After her funeral – in which the couple invited people to line the streets to show their support – the Ex On The Beach star urged people to get help if they are grieving.

Speaking to her fans she explained how she is struggling with "clouded" thoughts as she has "so much anxiety and depression"
(Image: Instagram)

Sharing his note on Instagram Stories, Ashley wrote: "If there are any parents out there who are grieving over the loss of their child.

"I want you to know your children are in heaven where they can see you, hear you but also be around you.

"Don’t give up on yourself, it is important that we stand up, that we talk to them every day and that we make them proud."

The brave mother and partner Ashley Cain are grieving little girl Azaylia who died aged eight months in April
(Image: Instagram)

He signed off with a red heart emoji and added: “Don’t give up, make them proud,” alongside an angel emoji and a crying face emoji.

It comes after Ashley opened up about crying none stop when he looks at pictures of his gorgeous daughter.

The reality star admitted he felt "crippled" by his grief.

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He said: "Today has been a difficult day. As much as you see me out… Like pfft I sit in my living room.

"Hours, two hours staring at a wall. I feel crippled. I keep seeing, looking at pics and watching videos and crying…"

He continued: "We can come together, stand strong, support each other and do good on this earth so we can earn our place in heaven, where we will be with them again for eternity."

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