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MADELEINE McCann’s parents have raised almost £1million to help find their daughter if police stop looking.

The Maddie Fund has soared in the past year and is at its highest level since the accounts were first logged 13 il y a des années.

Kate and Gerry McCann have almost £1millioni to help find their daughter

Kate and Gerry McCann have almost £1millioni to help find their daughterCrédit: Alamy
Maddie vanished in Portugal in 2007

Maddie vanished in Portugal in 2007Crédit: Pennsylvanie

It has £634,444 in restricted funds and £270,072 in unrestricted funds, totaling £904,516, its latest accounts show.

The sum is up from £773,629 the year before.

It comes as suspect Christian B has still not been charged by German police.

A pal of the McCanns from Rothley, Leics, mentionné: “They know the Met Police investigation cannot go on forever but they will never give up looking for Madeleine.

If and when it is shelved, and if there is no result, Kate and Gerry will use the money to continue the hunt. That is what it is there for.”

In the last financial year £2,712 came in from royalties for Kate’s 2011 heartache memoir Madeleine.

A sum of £26,834 has been set aside as “provisions for liabilities,” which appears to be a sum Kate and Gerry McCann may have to pay ex Portuguese police chief Goncalo Amaral if they lost a long-running libel battle.

The couple are among six company directors of the not-for-profit firm and are believed to have boosted the pot with savvy investments throughout the pandemic.

German cops believe Maddie has been murdered and convicted rapist Christian B remains their prime suspect despite never being quizzed.

But Met detectives are continuing to treat Maddiewho vanished as a three-year-old during a family holiday to Portugal in May 2007 – as a missing person.

The fund was launched shortly after her kidnap from an apartment in Praia da Luz and made up of donations from stars and the public, and later royalties from Kate’s best seller book.

The first set of accounts in 2009 showed it had reached £1.8million with £600,000 being spent by the McCann’s on the campaign to find their daughter.

Over the years it has dropped as low as £125,175 with fears it could be wiped out if the couple lost their bitter libel action which is now being considered at the European Court of Human Rights.

In the last financial year £2,712 came in from royalties for Kate’s 2011 heartache memoir Madeleinea figure expected to rise in the next accounts due to renewed interest in the case as Maddie would have turned 18 in May last year.

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Operation Grange, launched in 2011, has received more Home Office money to continue the inquiry until at least the end of next month.

Met Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick vowed her officers would continue the search until there is nothing left to do.

Heart doctor Gerry and medic Kate, tous les deux 53, who helped set up the Fund pledged: “We will continue to ensure that Madeleine is not forgotten and will leave no stone unturned in our continued search for her.