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Michael Schumacher Health: Is Corinna Betsch’s Husband Getting Better? F1 Legend’s Rumored Whereabouts
Michael Schumacher remained ill since his head was severely hurt during a ski outing in the French Alps in 2013. Now, more than five years have past and there is no information about the F1 legend’s exact health condition. So, how is he? Is he getting better?
After the tragic accident, Schumacher was put into a medically-induced coma to save his life. In the first few weeks, his condition was reported by the media but in the weeks to come, Schumi’s family stopped sharing information and asked everyone to give them privacy. Moreover, in a report that appeared on The Daily Star, it was said that privacy is one thing that the racing wants and this was the main reason why the Schumacher family decided to keep his condition a secret.
Moreover, Michael Schumacher’s manager, Sabine Kehm explained in 2016 why the racer’s family refused to divulged details of his condition. “In general the media have never reported on Michael and Corinna’s private life,” she said. “I think it was his secret dream to be able to do that someday that’s why now I still want to protect his wishes in that I don’t let anything get out.”
Schumi’s wife, Corinna Betsch also reportedly told the media, “The decision to protect his privacy from the public has been taken in Michael’s interest.”
But while there is no update about Michael Schumacher’s health, his friends drop hints from time to time. They said that he is awake, had shown great improvements by showing emotions but has yet to stand and walk.
In late 2016, Ross Brawn, former F1 team director, said that the racer’s family and friends are holding out hope that Schumi will be back “as we knew him.” “We go see him and hope and pray that one day he will make a recovery,” Brawn told The Guardian.
For his whereabouts, it is believed that he is being cared for, privately, in their home in Lake Geneva, Switzerland. There were news that Michael Schumacher has been moved to the island of Majorca in Spain but this was debunked as per Express.