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Madeleine McCann's family cancel Christmas

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX FAMILY PHOTOS MISCELLANEOUS NEWS DECEMBER 2007
Original Source:  TELEGRAPH: THURSDAY 20 DECEMBER 2007
By Kate Day and agencies
Last Updated: 1:31AM GMT 20 Dec 2007
 

Eileen McCann can't face Christmas without her granddaughter Madeleine

Madeleine McCanns family will not be celebrating Christmas this year but her grandmother still has a present waiting for the missing four-year-old.

Eileen McCann, 67, said she will leave a big pink teddy bear with a white heart on Madeleine's bed, as she has done with similar gifts

 in recent years, and will be praying that her granddaughter returns home soon to receive it.

 

Mrs McCann told Hello! magazine: 'Our big family Christmases were so special. This was my time of year with my family. But I won't celebrate this year. I don't feel like it.'

PINK TEDDY

 

She added: 'I pick out clothes and put money in a little envelope for each of them. This year I did the same for Maddie. I'd never leave her out. As long as they don't find her body, I'll never give up hope.'

Madeleines parents, Gerry and Kate, are determined to give their two-year-old twins, Amelie and Sean, as normal a Christmas as possible at the family home in Rothley, Leicestershire.

Kates mother, Susan Healy, 61, and husband Brian, 67, told the magazine they were also dreading Christmas. Mrs Healy said: 'I dont know what we'll do. Its the most difficult period since she disappeared. 'Kate is really struggling. She doesn't want it to be Christmas, but we have to do something for the twins.'

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t was revealed yesterday that Portuguese police are sending DNA samples to the UK from the apartment in the resort of Praia da Luz where Madeleine disappeared on May 3.

The development follows claims by Jose Manuel Anes, the former head of the Portuguese police laboratory, that it is possible that no one will be tried over Madeleines disappearance because of mistakes made in the early days of the investigation.

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