The parents of Madeleine McCann have given a glimpse of
their efforts to stay strong for their other children despite their
Kate and Gerry McCann let cameras capture them laughing with
two-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.
The family are seen eating beans on toast and sausages, and playing
with a Thomas the Tank Engine toy.
The McCanns manage to muster smiles despite having no news of
Madeleine, four, who was abducted on 3 May.
Earlier, a film asking for help to find her was shown at the FA Cup
final at Wembley.
The two-minute Find Madeleine video, set to Simple Minds' song Don't
You (Forget About Me), was shown on big screens before the kick-off
and during half-time.
The footage was seen by 90,000 fans at the ground and as many as 450
million more on television screens worldwide.
Police are investigating several possible sightings of four-year-old
Madeleine, from Leicestershire, including one in
Mr McCann told the Press Association news agency about the family's
life in Praia da Luz,
Portugal, as they wait for news.
He said they made time to play games and tell stories to the twins,
who "still think they're on holiday".
The two-year-olds spend much of the day at the resort's Kids' Club,
where "Amelie particularly likes to look after 'babies'", Mr McCann
In the pictures taken on Saturday, Mrs McCann wears green and yellow
ribbons in her hair to symbolise hope for her missing daughter.
Meanwhile, money has poured in to a fighting fund set up for
The latest total is ?73,505 - which includes ?50,000 from Portsmouth
Football Club - but does not include money collected by banks and
building societies and cheques yet to clear.
A website set up to find the missing child has received almost 90
million hits and 40,000 messages of support since its launch on
Multinational companies are supporting the efforts to spread
Madeleine's image across Europe.
BP, Shell, Esso, Texaco and Total will distribute appeal posters at
their petrol stations, and there is a mobile phone text campaign run
by Vodafone, O2 and Telefonica.
Other backers of the campaign include supermarket chain Carrefour,
McDonalds, Carphone Warehouse, Budget car rental, British Airways
and BAA, which is displaying posters at all its
Royal Bank of Scotland
is overseeing cash collections and
Spain's Banco Santander and
France's Credit Agricole and La
Poste are distributing posters.
Coach operator National Express said posters of Madeleine would be
placed in bus stations in 27 countries served by its Eurolines
Police have confirmed their only suspect, Briton Robert Murat, had
phone contact with a key witness on the night the little girl
A Russian man, Sergey Malinka, reportedly told detectives that he
and Mr Murat had not spoken for a year.
But police sources have now confirmed to the BBC that the men had
telephone contact on the night Madeleine disappeared.
Earlier, Chief Inspector Olegario de Sousa said he did not have the
evidence to arrest Mr Murat, 33, who denies any involvement.
A Leicestershire police spokeswoman also confirmed that a Portuguese
detective inspector had visited the English force's incident room to
speak to officers.
Rewards of ?2.5m have been offered to anyone with information
leading to the four-year-old's safe return.
Details of how to donate to Madeleine's Fund - at banks, by post or
via the internet - can be found at