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Kate's comfort in Maddies bedroom

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX NEWS MARCH 2010
Original Source: SUN: WEDNESDAY 10 MARCH 2010
By ANTONELLA LAZZERI Published: 10 Mar 2010
 

KATE McCann has revealed she seeks strength by visiting missing daughter Madeleine's bedroom twice a day.

The mum-of-three said the room at their home in Rothley, Leics, is still the way it was when Maddie vanished from the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz nearly three years ago.

During a visit to Lisbon yesterday with husband Gerry to meet their Portuguese lawyer, she said: "We haven't changed anything.

"There's still a lot of pink. I continue to go to Madeleine's room twice a day. It's a comforting feeling."

Insisting in an interview with Portuguese daily 24 horas they had not lost hope of finding Madeleine alive, Gerry added: "There are several cases, some recent, of missing children that were found.

"That makes us believe our daughter could be alive and that's why we continue to have hope."

Dossier

The McCanns' visit to Portugal came after an Algarve court released new files on

their daughter's disappearance.

The 2,000 page dossier covers dozens of possible sightings Portuguese detectives appear to have failed to follow up.

The couple, both 41, criticised the disclosure, claiming it jeopardised the search for Maddie.

Appealing for media organisations with access to the files not to publish further information on possible sightings, Gerry said: "If it was divulged it could be very bad for our private investigators."

Isabel Duarte, the McCanns' Portuguese lawyer, insisted: "Innocent lives including Madeleine's life itself could be at risk."

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