Madeleine McCann’s Parents ‘Still Believe In Miracles’ Ahead Of 18th Birthday

Madeleine McCann’s parents.
Credit: BBC via YouTube.

Madeleine McCann’s parents have insisted they ‘still believe in miracles’ ahead of their daughter’s 18th birthday.

Kate and Gerry, both 53, have never lost hope that their little girl, who disappeared, aged three, in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz, back in 2007, will come home.

The couple recently shared a quote on the Official Madeleine Campaign Facebook page, which read: “Never stop believing in hope because miracles happen every day.”

Madeleine McCan's parents 'still believe'.
Official Find Madeleine Campaign/Facebook.

They captioned the post: “Nothing much to report.

”Want to send a heartfelt thank you to all who continue to be by our side.

“We still believe in miracles.”

The post was flooded with messages of support from people all around the world.

One person wrote: “Never stop hoping, this year may be the year you’re all reunited again. This must be so hard for you all. We will find you, Madeleine.”

Another added: “I believe Madeleine is still alive and will be reunited with her mum and dad, Sean and Amelie. God marked her eye for a reason. Never give up and never give in. Madeleine’s parents are exceptional and have never stopped looking for her. I support them completely.”

Madeleine’s disappearance shook the world in 2007 and was dubbed ‘the most heavily reported missing-person case in modern history’.

May 12 will mark the 14th anniversary that she has been missing.

Due to the fact there has never been any evidence found that she is dead, Met police continue to treat the case as a missing person inquiry.

According to reports, prosecutors remain ‘optimistic’ that they will solve the case.

Her parents have always insisted they will ‘never stop’ looking for.

A note on the official website says they continue with their search because ‘there is absolutely nothing to suggest that Madeleine has been harmed,’ and because they ‘love her dearly and miss her beyond words’.

Featured image credit: BBC via YouTube.

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