While Husband Is Incapacitated: Reportedly, Michael Schumacher's Wife Bought A $35 Million Mansion In Mallorca

Date August 6, 2018 09:31

The story of Michael Schumacher is a vivid example of the fact that no one can foresee the life's twists and turns. The famous racer, the seven-time champion of the most prestigious competition "Formula 1" was knocked out of his usual life during skiing in the Alps.


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The tragedy happened on December 29, 2013. The racer received an extremely serious craniocerebral injury after he fell and hit the rock with his head. Michael managed to survive only thanks to his helmet.

The doctors' reports about Schumacher's health condition after two emergency surgeries were very uncertain. He was put into a medically induced coma to support the body during the recovery period.


After the family took Michael home in September 2014, no information about him was received, except only for rare rumors and conjectures. The last official announcement from his doctors was in April 2015 and it said that Schumacher was no longer in a coma and was giving signs of consciousness. In 2016, Schumacher's lawyer told the press that his employer cannot stand still even with the help of a specialist.


According to one of the most popular German tabloids The Bild, the wife of Michael Schumacher, Corinna Betsch, bought the stunning 161 thousand square feet estate for 35 million dollars at the end of July 2018. Previously, this mansion belonged to the president of the F.C. Real Madrid, Florentino Perez. It is located near the absolutely magical beach. Moreover, there are two swimming pools and even a helipad.


Probably, the family wants to withdraw as much as possible, so that no one bothers them. Perhaps, this would create a perfect environment for the faster rehabilitation of the greatest F1 driver. The real estate transaction was officially completed, but the family hasn't yet announced their moving from Switzerland.


We wish the champion a fast and full recovery. We also wish the family patience and faith, as the best is yet to come!

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