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Formula One legend Michael Schumacher "sometimes cries" when he looks out at the views over his Lake Geneva home, according a new report that provides an extraordinary insight into his life.
Schumacher suffered serious brain damage and is unable to walk or stand alone after a serious ski accident in the French Alps in late 2013, but his wife Corinna has dedicated her life to make sure Schumacher receives constant care and physiotherapy.
French publication Paris Match reports that about 15 carers take turns at La Réserve, the Schumacher home on the shores of Lake Geneva, to look after Schumacher.
Intensive efforts are made to stimulate his lost memory by playing the sounds of the whirring engines of the F1 or by taking him to make turns of the villa in a car.
Schumacher also receives daily physio sessions and although progress in his rehabilitation is painfully slow, Paris Match reports that the family is encouraged by small signs of success and have not given up on Schumacher making further progress.
Schumacher has been able to sketch some gestures in his aquatic rehabilitation pool and relatives say signs of emotion are still there.
"When you put him in his wheelchair facing the magnificent panorama of the mountains overlooking the lake, Michael sometimes cries," two family members told the magazine.
Corinna Schumacher has also just bought a property in Mallorca to provide Schumacher with a peaceful retreat in a warm climate.
Corinna paid 30 million euros for the property called Villa Yasmin, which consists of a main house surrounded by gardens and two swimming pools, with outbuildings. staff and guests.
Mallorca has turned into the "Iberian Beverly Hills" over the years, Paris Match reports, as the rich and famous are attracted by its seclusion and privacy.
Hollywood stars Michael Douglas and Orlando Bloom are said to own properties there but the magazine reported that the Schumachers were already familiar with the area before Michael's accident.
We often saw him before his accident," said Carmen, a head chef at the Porto Bello restaurant on the island's waterfront.
"He came to eat with family and friends. Nobody bothered him. Here, you know, we respect celebrities."
Schumacher's brother Ralf is also a permanent resident on the island, making it a perfect second home for the fiercely private Schumacher clan.
Schumacher's son Mick is following in his father's footsteps, pursuing his own career in motor racing. Mick currently races in Formula 3 and will be constantly compared to his father through his career.
"The goal is to win in F1, that is the aim. My dad had a huge influence on my career," he told The Sun newspaper.
"He was my idol and I am following everything he did and see if I can use it myself and I am really happy with that."
- Sunday Star Times
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