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Formula 1 legend: Congratulations from the children on Schumacher’s 54th birthday

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Michael Schumacher turns 54. His children also send congratulations via the Internet to their father, who has not been seen in public since his skiing accident.

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Michael Schumacher’s children also congratulated their famous father on his 54th birthday via Instagram.

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Daughter Gina posted an older photo together, in which she looks boldly at her father in racing overalls and a thick woolen hat, who in turn raises his eyebrows slightly. “Happy Birthday Dad,” wrote the 25-year-old, who is now a very successful athlete herself, and added: “Looking back at our karting days.”

Brother Mick wrote emotional words for two photos. One shows the 23-year-old with a picture frame in his hand together with father Michael in front of a lake. In a second, Michael Schumacher in racing gear grins at the camera. “Happy Birthday to the best dad ever,” he wrote in English. Provided with a red heart he added: “I love you.”

Since the end of 2013, Michael Schumacher himself has disappeared from the public eye. The Formula 1 record world champion suffered a skiing accident above Méribel in France on December 29 and sustained a severe traumatic brain injury. Details of his current condition are not known, he is being shielded from the public.

While daughter Gina is pursuing a sports career in reining – a discipline of Western riding – son Mick made it into Formula 1. After two years as a regular driver for the American racing team Haas, he will only be a substitute this year – after all, with the former industry leader Mercedes. With the Silver Arrows, Michael Schumacher made a comeback in Formula 1 for three years from 2010 up to and including 2012.

“I think dad and I would understand each other in a different way now – simply because we speak a similar language, this motorsport language. And that we would have a lot more to talk about,” said Mick Schumacher in the documentary “Schumacher ” Said, which has been running on the Netflix streaming service since 2021.

Source: Stern

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