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  Friend says Kate and Gerry McCann's hunt for missing Madeline will never endKate and Gerry McCann are doomed to spend a lifetime hunting for their missing daughter Madeleine, a friend revealed yesterday. Film director Emma Loach, who spent eight weeks with the couple for a new TV documentary, says they will never give up. As the McCanns quietly spent the second anniversary of Maddy’s disappearance at church with friends yesterday, Emma said

: “This is a life sentence for them. “They will never be able to move on and the deep scar will not heal until they have an answer… either Maddy comes home or they know what happened to her.” No onein the McCann family has ever given up on missing Madeleine – and that includes twins Sean and Amelie. Little Amelie, four, has lately taken to wearing her big sister’s shoes. She patiently explai

ns to mum Kate that Maddy’s feet will have grown when she comes back – so they’ll have to get her a new pair anyway. Kate, 41, told director Emma Loach, who was making a new TV documentary: “I honestly believe Sean and Amelie are expecting her to come home one day soon. “They are very much, ‘Well, when Madeleine comes back we’ll share our toys

’.” Kate’s mum, Susan Healy, revealed how the past two weeks have taken a heavy toll on her daughter. The hunt has been rekindled with the release of a new digitally age-progressed picture of Maddy at six. And just before yesterday’s second anniversary of the youngster’s disappearance, Kate and husband Gerry flew to the US to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey. Susan said at the family’s home in Rothley, Leics: “They are exhausted. Kate is very tired after coming home from America. “She

has had a hectic couple of weeks and really needs to recharge her batteries, but

I don’t think she has thought about stopping. “Not for a minute. I don’t think either of them can stop – that’s the awful thing. They are just stuck in a situation where they don’t have a lot of control. The only control they have is to remind people that Madeleine is still missing

. That is why they do it. You have to understand that everything Kate does – and I mean everything – is done because she wants her daughter back. “That’s the only question they can ever ask themselves: Will this help us find Madeleine? Nothing else is of any importance. “If Kate ever gets to the end of the line – I mean to the stage where they thought there was nothing more they could do – then that would be very difficult. “But it would appear that they haven’t reached that stage. “Madeleine is the

ir daughter and they’ve simply got to carry on. I dont know whether they上海快三能买大小吗 would call it optim

ism or not, but they have to keep hoping. If they shrugged their shoulders and said, ‘OK, she’s not alive any more,’ they would be letting her down.” The hunt continues with the help of director Emma – daughter of film-maker Ken Loach. Her Cutting Edge programme, Madeleine Was Here, is to be shown on Thursday. The programme follows two retired British detectives – Dave Edgar and Arthur Cowley – as they went to Praia da Luz in Portugal to stage a reconstruction of her disappearance. The two ex-cops are convinced the ke

y to the mystery lies within a 10 to 15 kilometre radius of the resort. Edgar, 52, who has more tha

n 30 years experience in Cheshire and the RUC, said: “There’s s

omeone local who has the answer to this. “This offence happened in Praia da Luz. Thats where we’ve started and that’s where I think the answer is.” He and former DS Cowley, 57, hope the documentary and a reconstruction filmed with Gerry McCann will jog the memories of

locals and tourists who were in the area at the time Madeleine vanished. AGE SNAPS HELP FIND 900 KIDS Missing-child expert Ernie Allen says he has helped find 900 children using age-updated ima

ges similar to

the one of Madeleine McCann. And every single one of these children had been missing for mo

re than two years — just like Maddy. Allen is advising the McCanns in his capacity as president of the Washington-based National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in the US. He says using updated images of missing children is an incredibly successful way of finding them. And he holds out hope f

or the couple in the future by insisting that children missing for even five or 10 years are still “recoverable”. He explained: “When we started this 10 years ago, the goal was to use technology to keep these cases alive, to provide new hope for parents and new leads for law enforcement. “We said at the time, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if we could actually find one of these kids? “And we did, we found 900 of them.”

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