KATE McCann had a
haunting premonition about the holiday on which
daughter Madeleine went missing.
She told a close
pal before the trip had been booked: I don't know
why, I've just got an uneasy feeling about it.'
Fiona Payne, 36,
revealed Kate's worries to Portuguese police.
Kate and husband
Gerry, both 40, were at first undecided about
whether to make the trip, she said.
Fiona was one of
the Tapas Seven who dined with the McCann's on the
night of three-year-old Madeleine's disappearance at
the Mark Warner Ocean Club resort in Praia Da Luz.
She told an
officer: 'This always haunts me. Kate ... what she
said ... she was unsure.
'Gerry was quite
keen but Kate said, 'I don't know why, I've just got
an uneasy feeling about it.'
'And I don't know
why she said that. I don't think even she knows.'
David, 42, said: 'Kate didn't feel quite easy about
emerged during interviews given by the Tapas Seven '
David, Fiona, her mum Dianne Webster, 64, Dr Russell
O'Brien and his partner Jane Tanner, both 37, Dr
Matthew Oldfield, 39, and his wife Rachael, 37.
They spoke to cops
in April at Enderby, Leics.
which have been seen by The Sun, total more than
Asked how Kate
appeared after Madeleine's disappearance Fiona, an
anaesthetist, said: 'Awful. I've never seen such
horrible raw emotion in my life and I've seen a lot
of it in my job.
'She was bereft.
She didn't know what to do, she was panicking,
extremely frightened for Madeleine and was wondering
where she was or what was happening to her.
helplessness of not being able to do anything, what
should she be doing, what could they do.
'She was angry,
really angry, punching walls, kicking walls.
'The next day she
was covered in bruises. She was angry at herself.
'She kept saying,
'I've let her down. We've let her down, Gerry. We
should have been here'. And she prayed a lot.'
said: 'Gerry broke down ... just a broken man.
"He would fling a
cupboard open and have a look in a vain, desperate
hope she might have been there.
'Then he flung
himself on the floor and was just kicking the floor
and was just, 'She's gone, she's gone'.
mother-in-law Dianne said: 'Gerry was distraught.
I've never heard a man make the noises Gerry made.'