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Missing Madeleine: Six Year Anniversary
10:06am 3rd May 2013
Missing Madeleine's parents will attend a special church service on Friday, to mark the anniversary of their little girl's disappearance.
It is six years since the tot went missing on holiday in Portugal.
She was just four years old.
The service will take place in the village where Madeleine grew up.
Kate and Gerry say they will never give up hope of finding their daughter.
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