Woman’s shocking revelation about Michael Schumacher


Michael Schumacher with his wife Corrina at the 2004 F1 Spanish Grand Prix (Photo by Getty Images)

Michael Schumacher’s wife revealed the devastating conversation she had with her husband before their fateful trip to the Swiss Alps where he suffered his accident.

Formula 1 legend Schumacher suffered serious head injuries in skiing accident in 2013, but information about his condition has been a closely guarded secret for years.

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Schumacher’s family has been notoriously private on his health, with updates on the legend stricken little and far in the eight years since his accident.

But in a new Netflix Documentary on Schumacher’s life, wife Corrina speaks publicly about her husband’s accident for the first time.

In ‘SCHUMACHER’, Corrina reveals that the family hardly made the fateful trip to the Swiss Alps, with Michael suggesting they go to Dubai instead.

“Shortly before this happened in Méribel, he told me: ‘The snow is not optimal. We could fly to Dubai and go skydiving there, ”says Corinna.

“I never blamed God for what happened. It was just bad luck, all the bad luck you can have in life.

“It’s always terrible when you say, ‘Why is this happening to Michael or to us? But then why does this happen to other people?

“Of course I miss Michael every day. But he’s not just missing me. The kids, the family, his dad, everyone around him. I mean everyone misses Michael. .

Michael and Corrina Schumacher, pictured here in Italy in 2005.

Michael and Corrina Schumacher in Italy in 2005. (Photo by STR / AFP via Getty Images)

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Corrina also talks about her husband’s current state, saying he is “different”.

“Michael is there. Different, but he’s there, and that gives us strength, I think,” says Corinna.

“We’re together. We live together at home. We do therapy. We do everything we can to improve Michael and make sure he’s comfortable. And just make him feel our family, our connection.

“And whatever happens, I’ll do whatever I can. We will all do it. We try to carry on as a family, like Michael loved and still does. And we carry on with our lives.

“’The private is private’, as he always said. It is very important to me that he can continue to make the most of his privacy.

“Michael has always protected us and now we are protecting Michael.”

His Mick, who followed in his father’s footsteps and drives for Haas in Formula 1, also opens in the documentary.

“Since the accident, of course, these experiences, these moments that I believe a lot of people have with their parents, are no longer present, or to a lesser extent. And in my opinion, that’s a little unfair, ”says Mick.

“I think dad and I would understand each other in a different way now.

“Simply because we speak a similar language, the language of motorsport. And about which we have a lot more to say.

“That’s where my head is most of the time. Thinking that would be so cool. That would be it. I would give up on everything just for that.

“SCHUMACHER” will be released on Netflix on September 15th.

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