Two years after their daughter Madeleine disappeared while on a family vacation in Portugal, Kate and Gerry McCann have sat down with Oprah Winfrey to discuss their search for their daughter.
In the interview, set to air Monday, Kate tells Oprah that her mind sometimes wanders to the worst possible scenario regarding Madeleine.
"I think it's natural," she says. "I know people mean well when they say don't let yourself go there...But as a mom, inevitably there are times when I do. And they're the times that I kind of dip down."
Kate adds that Madeline's room is ready for her return, and that she goes in there about twice per day to say hello and say that they are "still going...to do everything we can to find her."
Gerry also says that while the abduction of Madeleine has been "devastating," he and Kate remain committed to their marriage and to parenting their 4-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.
Finally, as Oprah revealed on her live show Friday, the McCanns visited the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for an age progression photo to see what Madeleine might look like today.
The poster appears below. If you have any information on Madeleine's whereabouts, visit FindMadeleine.com.