Madeleine McCann's parents deny they have been informed of her death. Madeleine's parents, in 2007, with a poster of Maddie.
Maddie's parents in June, 2020 continue their search for their daughter.
Police described Madeleine as blonde-haired, with blue-green eyes, a small brown spot on her left calf, and a distinctive dark strip on the iris of her right eye.
Gerry and Kate McCann return to Portugal in 2010.
The parents of missing Madeleine McCann, Gerry (l) and Kate (c) arrive at Rothley Court Hotel in Rothley, Leicestershire, where they held a press conference on, Monday 21 July 2008. Kate and Gerry McCann, parents of the British girl Madeleine McCann, who disappeared in May 2007 in Portugal, said today that they will never give up the search for their daughter, after the Portuguese prosecutor's office decided to close the case for lack of evidence.
Kate and Gerry McCann (L) leaving an ecumenical service on November, 3 2007, at St Mary and St John's Church in Rothley, Leicestershire (UK) to mark six months since the disappearance of their baby daughter Madeleine in Portugal.
Gerry and Kate McCann, seen in their car in Portugal after Maddie's disappearance in 2007.
Flowers at the McCann residence Rothley.
Kate McCann and Gerry, leaving Porturgal.
File photo from 6 June 2007 showing Kate (right) and Gerry McCann, parents of little Madeleine McCann who disappeared on 3 May while the family was spending a few days in a Portuguese Algarve resort in Praia da Luz, during a press conference in Madrid.
File photo from 30 May 2007 showing Kate (right) and Gerry McCann (c), during a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI in Vatican City.
File photo from May 30, 2007 showing Kate McCann, mother of little Madeleine McCann, showing a toy of the girl at a press conference in Rome, Italy.
Madeleine McCann was on holiday with her family in Portugal when she went missing.
Kate McCann, mother of Madeleine, English girl who disappeared in Portugal, testifies before the judge in 2007.
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