Gerry and Kate McCann have done what they think is a Christian thing by inviting Shannon Mathews Mum and Step Dad to Sunday Tea at their Leicestershire home.
Also invited is the McCann's Spokesman Clarence Mitchell plus some of the Celebrities who helped publicise the disappearance of tragic Maddie McCann.
The McCann's story has been publicised right around the Globe and even Premier League Footballers have been wearing Find Maddie T-shirts and carrying yellow ribbons.
The closest Shannon's Mum got to sharing her story with sporting superstars was handing out leaflets at Rugby League Matches.
"Even that was frustrating" said the Mathews Spokesperson, Shannon's Uncle, Neil Hylett. "We went to the Leeds Rhinos match on Friday night, but it where right crap, they would not let us in the ground."
Sitting at one table from the World of Commerce will be kind Uncle Richard Branson who donated £100,000 to the Find Maddie campaign alongside Winston Bedford a pensioner from Wakefield who donated £500 to the Find Shannon Campaign.
At the second table will be Simon Cowell, Philip Green, J K Rowling, Colleen McLoughlin and Representatives from the News of the World who donated up to £2.6million to the Find Maddie Campaign sitting alongside Representatives from the Sun Newspaper who donated £20,000 to the Find Shannon campaign.
Sitting at the third table will be Bryan Adams, David Beckham, Christian Ronaldo, John Terry, Phil Neville and David Moyes who supporting the Find Maddie Campaign alongside the Upper Wallop Rugby League Team who had a whip around to support the Find Shannon Campaign.
Public Donations to the Find Maddie Campaign after one week where £1.1million and Public Donations to the Find Shannon Campaign £1-35p.
Maddies Wikipedia profile stretches to 26 million words and Shannon's Wikipedia profile stretches to 28 words.
Shannon's Mum, Karen said "I think it's really sweet of Gerry and Kate to invite Craig and myself to Tea next Sunday as we have so much in common, two middle class families who have been to hell and back."
The final word came from Detective Superintendent Harry Tatlock of Dewsbury Police who commented "Nuff said."