Kate McCann has reportedly returned to the NHS frontline for the first time since Madeleine’s disappearance.
The 53-year-old is working at numerous Leicester hospitals, as the city has seen a concerning rise in Covid cases.
According to a family source, the general practitioner has ‘thrown herself’ back into her former role.
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The insider told The Sun: “Kate’s back working as a doctor. She’s helping out at her local hospitals now and not doing any surgery work.
“She has thrown herself back into a full-time job to assist others in need.
“There’s such a demand for qualified medics during these unprecedented times.
“Kate’s enjoying doing her little bit to help but we hardly ever see her and Gerry now. They are both so busy.”
Although McCann is no longer investing all her time into finding her missing daughter, she is believed to have ‘never stopped hoping’ that one day they will be reunited.
On May 3, 2007, three-year-old Madeleine vanished from the family’s holiday apartment in Portugal.
At the time, she and her younger twin siblings were reportedly sleeping alone while their parents were with friends at a local tapas restaurant.
When her daughter disappeared, McCann gave up her job as a GP to dedicate her life to finding her missing child.
It’s believed that the investigation into finding Madeleine McCann has cost approximately £12.5million. Her parents are also believed to have held a private search for their daughter, which cost an additional £750,000.
Last year, police revealed that they had found the main suspect in the case, who is referred to as Christian B in the media.
The 43-year-old German, who is reportedly already in prison, is currently being investigated.
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