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McCanns issue new Maddie pic

Original Source:  SUN: SUNDAY 02 MAY 2010
By ANTONELLA LAZZERI Published: 02 May 2010


MADELAINE McCann's family attended a special church service today to mark the third anniversary of her disappearance.

They also released a new picture of the missing girl as they renewed their appeal for information on her whereabouts.

Her little sister Amelie, five, wore a yellow ribbon in her hair - a symbol worn in memory of missing people - and a kiddie's version of the yellow and green Find Madeleine wristbands that both her parents wear

Madeleine was nearly four when she disappeared in May 2007 while on holiday in Portugal with her family.

Today's service, the day before the actual anniversary, came as a video renewing the appeal to find Madeleine was released on the McCann's website.

Amelia, holding the hand of dad Gerry, 41, smiled as she marched into the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Rothley, Leicestershire, where her sister used to attend Sunday morning school.

Mum Kate, 41, walked to the church, near the family's home, holding the hand of Amelie's twin brother Sean.

Special prayers were said during the service for Maddie and other missing children around the world.

The couple received hugs from the congregation after the service finished.

They are expected to spend tomorrow in private at home.

Madeleine was snatched from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, on May 3rd 2007. She would now be six.

This weekend her parents posted a message on their 'Find Madeleine' website saying they would never give up searching for her.

Thanking their supporters they said: "Thanks to everyone who has stayed with us during the past three years - hoping, praying and supporting our efforts to find Madeleine and bring her home."

They added: " We know we couldn't have achieved as much as we have without this help.

"Milestones and anniversaries are never easy, but the work to find our little Madeleine will continue regardless, with the same determination and tenacity as it always has and for as long as it takes.

"It might be three years without Madeleine but it certainly doesn't feel like we're at the end of the line - far from it. Madeleine. Still missing, still missed, still looking!"

They also posted a haunting video on the website which includes new photos of Maddie.

They iinclude one of her playing dressing up wearing blue eye-shadow and a pink bow in her hair and footage of mum Kate distributing posters begging for information about her missing daughter.

Kate told earlier this week how the twins have been talking about Maddie - who turns seven in ten days - saying: "At bedtime they were talking about Madeleine and saying she probably looks quite different now.

"Amelie said 'Mummy, she might speak another language.' And Sean said to me, out of the blue 'Never give up, Mummy.' I just said 'Don't worry, I won't do that. None of us will.' "


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