Michael Schumacher’s wife, Corrina, recently made a public appearance at the World Equestrian Games over the weekend.
The Daily Mail reported that she was seen at the France event alongside other spectators.
She recently spoke with the Neue Post about her husband’s recovery from a nearly six-month-long coma. Schumacher, the seven-time Formula 1 champion, fell and hit his head will skiing in the French Alps. He emerged from the coma about two months ago.
“It’s getting better, slowly certainly, but in any case it’s improving,” she told the Post.
The Mail reported that Croatian doctors Darko Chudy and Vedran Deletis were contacted by Schumacher’s family to see if they could help him. The two developed a revolutionary microchip implanting technique, which could possibly be used the 45-year-old in his recovery.
Previous reports have indicated that Corrina spent millions of dollars on turning part of her home into a medical center to help care for her husband.
She also decided to sell Schumacher’s private jet. Also, one of Schumacher’s cars was put up for auction.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Schumacher will remain the brand ambassador for Mercedes
“We have given no thoughts to changing something in his contract,” Daimler chairman Dr. Dieter Zetsche was quoted by The Independent as saying.
Many experts have said that Schumacher’s condition might never improve and will likely have to rely on the help of others to perform basic tasks and functions.