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WE'VE SPENT 1M HUNTING MADDY

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX NEWS SEPTEMBER 2008
Original Source: MIRROR: SATURDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2008
By Martin Fricker And Matt Roper 6/09/2008
 

EXCLUSIVE McCann's vow to keep searching


Kate and Gerry McCann have spent ?1million in the heartbreaking search for Madeleine, they revealed yesterday.

And the couple insisted they will continue their quest for as long as it takes to discover what happened to their five-year-old daughter.

Kate, 40, said: "It's a lot of money but we can't set a limit. A child does not have a price. We will pay what we have to."

And she is still desperate for news of her little girl: "It just takes one person to make the one phone call we so hope for. We want to find her alive. But if she's dead we want to know."

FULL STORY: PAGE 4

 

Kate and Gerry McCann Exclusive: We've spent 1m hunting Maddy

Original Source: MIRROR: SATURDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2008

By Martin Fricker And Matt Roper 6/09/2008
 

Kate McCann (Pic:PA)

Kate and Gerry McCann have told how three-year-old twins Sean and Amelie have been vital in helping them cope with their ordeal.

The innocent youngsters still poignantly talk about when their sister Madeleine comes home.

And their parents say keeping the missing five-year-old's memory alive for the twins is helping the couple through their torment.

Gerry, 40, said: "Because Sean and Amelie are so small we've had to carry on with some form of normality to make things normal for them.

"The twins are three and a half and very, very happy. It's only them who make life normal for us. For us personally, it will never be normal again."

Kate, also 40, added: "There are photos of Madeleine all around the house and every day we speak to the twins about her.

"She is an important part of our lives. Sean and Amelie still speak about her and involve her in their games.

"If they get sweets they say they are going to save one for Madeleine or when she comes home they will give her this or that. It makes our days a little less difficult."

The couple have shielded the twins from what few facts are known about Madeleine's disappearance in May last year.

Gerry revealed: "They realise Madeleine is not here but they don't know the details.

"They know she has disappeared and that we are looking for her. "They miss their older sister.

They know it's not a good thing not having her with us and hope that she comes back." The two doctors, from Rothley, Leics, revealed that in just 10 months the Find Madeleine fund has paid ?1million to Spain's Metodo 3 detective agency to search for her.

And they are prepared to do and spend whatever it takes to uncover the truth - no matter how grim.

Kate said: "It's a lot of money but we can't set a limit. A child does not have a price. We will pay what we have to. It just takes one person to make the one phone call we so hope for. We know she was abducted and believe someone knows or suspects something.

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