Mark Bridger is back in the witness box at Mold Crown Court this morning, being cross-examined by the prosecution.
He has been questioned about his movements on October 2nd - the day after April went missing.
Elwen Evans QC, for the prosecution, asked him what sort of state he was in at around 8.30am that morning.
Mr Bridger replied: "I was in a completely different state to normal... the realisation of me killing a child is with me. I'm distraught, I'm upset, I've had a drink. It's slightly different to a normal morning."
The parents of murdered April Jones fear that killer Mark Bridger may never reveal where the body of their daughter is.
ITV News correspondent Carole Green has covered the month-long trial of Mark Bridger at Mold Crown Court. Here she gives her personal view.
The disappearance of April Jones prompted the biggest search of its kind in British policing history.