within the same week Michael Schumacher celebrates ninth anniversary of terrible ski accidentHis family shared an affectionate photo celebrating Christmas, but racing legend formula 1 does not appear in it, so he has no idea about world health.
But European media say the former pilot has moved into a £27m villa in Mallorca, Spain, where the Schumachers plan to start a new life.
photograph Schumacher family get together for Christmas It was shared on Instagram by his 23-year-old son, Mick, who is a seven-time Formula 1 champion and followed in his father’s footsteps in F1.
In the living room of a house and in front of three trees, Mick posed with his mother Corinna; his sister Gina-Maria and their dog. But the family portrait is missing Michael, who has carefully guarded the privacy of his family since the ski accident.
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It is not certain where the photo was taken, but it is thought to be in the mansion the family has owned for several years in Lausanne, Switzerland.
However, the European press takes it naturally. The Schumacher family prepares for their new life in MallorcaSpanish island in the Mediterranean.
According to British media ‘The Sun’, the property acquired by the family has been modified and adapted to the needs of Michael, who must have a team of doctors and nurses providing care around the clock.
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The property, which was once owned by Real Madrid sporting director Florentino Pérez, was to be purchased for £27m in 2018 with his wife, Corinna.
The family was preparing to settle in this huge and luxurious property with two swimming pools, a large garden, helipad, guest wing and ocean views, although until now it was used only for vacation.
The current state of health of the 53-year-old former German pilot remains a complete mystery as he has not disclosed any information about his family.
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Schumacher had a serious accident on December 29, 2013. He hit his head while skiing during a family vacation in the French Alps.
Doctors fought to save his life and put him in an artificial coma. He is said to have regained consciousness since then, but this has not been confirmed by his family and after he was released from the hospital he was treated at his home in Switzerland by a private medical team.
These nine years without knowing the details of his health, many fans and even friends and relatives of the former pilot criticized her family for keeping her situation a secret.