Ashley Cain breaks silence on guilt over baby news after daughters death

Ashley Cain on feeling ‘guilty’ over baby news

Ashley Cain admitted he feels guilty about becoming a dad again for the second time.

Speaking to Susanna Reid and Ed Balls on Monday’s offering of Good Morning Britain, the former footballer, 33, shared his grief despite the celebratory news.

“I got the news that I was going to be a dad again,” Ashley commented. “It was different finding out that news because I felt slightly guilty, I felt slightly hurt for Azaylia.”

He continued: “I didn’t really expect this to be the case. But very quickly, like I do, I took the responsibility of being a father.

“I realised that every child is a blessing. I’ve not got myself in the right mind frame and I had a long time to think about it. To be the best person I can be for my son who is coming into this world. That’s what I intend to do.”

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GMB host Ed questioned Ashley if he felt conflicted about his baby son’s arrival following the tragic loss of his daughter.

He replied: “I love children. I love my family’s children, and it’s hard every time to see them because I always think that’s what Azaylia would be doing now.”

Ashley went on to share that he has been told that his unborn son has a potential heart defect.

“I think that will be the case with my son, but we also had news that he has a potential heart defect, which was very painful to hear. And it was concerning because I’ve been through that situation of heartbreak with Azaylia as everyone knows,” he commented.

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However, the former Ex on the Beach is trying his best to stay “positive” and “hopeful” despite his son’s potential health issues.

Ashley’s daughter Azaylia died in his arms from a rare form of cancer and he has vowed to carry her in his heart forever.

Now, two years after she lost her fight for life aged just eight months, the reality star has revealed he is preparing to become a dad again.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.

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