Corina Schumacher, wife of the seven-time Formula 1 world champion, revealed new information about the legendary driver’s health. “We’re doing everything we can to put Michael at ease,” she admitted in the documentary “Schumacher,” which premieres September 15.
Michael Schumacher in late December 2013, he had a skiing accident. The German driver hit a rock and suffered serious head injuries. He was in a coma for six months. After waking up, the former Ferrari driver does not appear in public. Only a few pieces of information get to the media on the health of the F1 legend, especially thanks to Jean Todt.
On September 15, the documentary “Schumacher” will be released on Netflix, in which the history of the German is presented. In addition to the previously unpublished material from the wedding, fans can find out how his family is doing after the 52-year-old’s accident.
A voice in the case for the first time Michael Schumacher his wife, Corina, took it. The wife of the seven-time world champion has not spoken publicly since 2013.
Michael Schumacher’s wife spoke about F1 legend’s health
– Of course I miss Michael. I miss him every day. However, I am not the only one who misses him. Also children, close family – even his father and friends. Everyone misses Michael, but Michael is there. I think it gives us strength – the portal racefans.net quotes her words.
– We are together. We live at home, we do therapy. We do our bestto put Michael at ease. That he would feel the support of our family, our bond. And whatever happens, I’ll do my best. We will all do it, she added.
– We try to live life as a family the way Michael liked it. And we live on. He always said that “what is private stays that way”. I think it is very important that Michael can continue to enjoy his private life as much as possible. Michael has always protected us, now we protect him, she concluded.
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