Michael Schumacher, the most successful driver in Formula One history, remains in a critical condition after a horrific skiing accident in the French Alps on Sunday morning (December 29, 2013). The seven-time Formula 1 champion was skiing off-piste with his 14-year-old son Mick and other friends in the ski resort of Meribel when he fell and struck his head on a rock. He was airlifted to a local hospital in Moutiers and then taken very quickly to Grenoble Hospital, which has better facilities for dealing with serious head injuries. Although the 44-year-old Schumacher wore a helmet at the time of the accident, he was seriously hurt and suffered a brain trauma. His helmet was cracked and he was reported to be conscious immediately after the accident. His wife Corinna Betsch, along with their daughter Gina-Maria and son Mick, are by his bedside. She is freaking out over the sports star’s health and desperate for him to make a recovery.
Michael Schumacher and his wife Corinna Betsch tied the knot in August, 1995 after meeting first in 1990. The couple have two children together and the family lives in a 7,000 sq ft mansion with their two dogs. Both of them prefer a simple life to the celebrity spotlight.
Michael Schumacher’s wife Corinna Betsch was freaking out over his health after a horrific skiing accident in the French Alps on Sunday morning (December 29, 2013). The driver was in a critical condition as he suffered a brain haemorrhage.
Michael Schumacher met his wife Corinna Betsch in 1990, when she was dating Heinz Harald Frentzen - one of his teammates. The couple got married in 1995 in a civil ceremony and had two children, daughter Gina-Marie and son Mick.
The pair lived with their kids in a 7,000 square foot mansion with its own underground garage and petrol station.
Michael Schumacher’s wife Corinna Betsch was an animal right activist with a special interest in horses.
Corinna Betsch won a gold medal at the European Championship in Western Riding of the National Reining Horse Association ( NRHA ) in 2010.