AZAYLIA Cain's mum Safiyya Vorajee said she feels "so much anxiety" and "no motivation" just days after her baby daughter's funeral.
The heartbroken mum, whose partner is Ex On The Beach star Ashley Cain, has been sharing her journey through grief after the death of her daughter four weeks ago.
Today, she took to her Instagram Story and said: "I've found it really really hard to get out of bed and get any kind of motivation and it's causing me so much anxiety to come out and do anything.
"But I took this step today to get out to the gym and do some more classes where there are more people around to try and control this anxiety that I've got and try to do something.
"But my bestie Annie got me here this morning she got me doing a body pump class so let's go champ."
Safiyya, 34, added in a written message that she had "tears rolling down" her face as she took part in the group class.
The daughter of former Coventry City footballer and Ex On The Beach star Ashley, 30, and his partner Safiyya passed away last month at just eight months old after suffering from an aggressive form of leukaemia.
Images from the funeral on Friday showed the broken couple standing at their daughter's graveside and laying orange flowers on her coffin.
Ashley is seen carrying the coffin and later making a speech at the wake.
The funeral saw hundreds of well-wishers line the streets for Azaylia’s funeral in her hometown of Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
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.
Ashley previously admitted that planning the sad event had "brought him to his knees" in emotional Instagram posts.
Safiyya and Ashley were left overwhelmed at the weekend when several members of their family got a touching tattoo tribute to little fighter Azaylia.
At the beginning of April, the devoted parents revealed that doctors had told them they could no longer treat Azaylia's leukaemia, which she was diagnosed with at just eight weeks old.
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