SAFIYYA Vorajee is planning on getting a tattoo tribute for her late daughter Azaylia.
The proud mum revealed she had made the decision to get a permanent reminder as she struggles with her grief following the funeral on Friday.
She asked her followers to recommend “an incredible tattooist”, who could do “the most amazing piece in honour” of her daughter.
Last week Ashley told how five of his family members had got tattoos in Azaylia’s honour.
He shared a photo that showed five of his relatives with Azaylia's name freshly inked onto their wrists.
The tattoo simply reads: "Azaylia Diamond Cain", with a small outline of a diamond underneath.
Earlier today Safiyya opened up about her grief, telling her followers her heart was “throbbing” she was in so much pain following the funeral.
On Friday hundreds of well-wishers lined the streets for Azaylia’s funeral in her home town of Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
She passed away last month after facing an aggressive form of leukaemia.
Ashley and Safiyya, had invited mourners to pay their respects to their daughter on the pre-arranged route of a cortege on Friday morning.
Among floral tributes in a hearse which accompanied a horse-drawn white carriage carrying Azaylia's coffin was one spelling out her name.
Many of those lining the route on Friday applauded as the hearse passed by, and orange ribbons had been tied to nearby railings.
On Friday evening the couple were joined by family and friends as they said their final goodbye to their girl with a wake to remember, featuring fireworks, huge floral displays and stunning balloons.
Images and videos from inside the party show the family coming together once again to remember Azaylia and create wonderful memories out of such dark times.
A fundraiser to try to help save Azaylia's life through specialist cancer treatment had reached more than £1.5 million by the time she died.
Buildings and famous sites around the world, including Niagara Falls, were lit up in orange last month in support of Azaylia, and to raise awareness of acute myeloid leukaemia.
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