Kate McCann: 'It’s dreadful living with this void’
Six years after her daughter Madeleine disappeared, a weary Kate McCann still clings to the hope that one day she will be found.
Kate McCann did something frighteningly normal the other day.
She stopped at a petrol station, filled up, locked the car and went in to pay, leaving her eight-year-old twins, Sean and Amelie, strapped in the back seat. As she stood anxiously at the till, they pulled faces at her through the window.
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“There are moments when you despair, but they are infrequent now.
As someone said : It’s not that your burden gets any lighter. It’s just that your legs get stronger. That really sums it up.”
Never a truer word spoken... six years of running, looking over your shoulder makes for very, very strong legs indeed. And THAT burden will never ever get any lighter. Never.