German Archbishop Georg Gänswein in the summer of 2016 in Switzerland, he visited the seven-time Formula 1 champion. When he told Germany Bild, is his face Michael Schumacher a little more rounded than that, otherwise the appearance doesn't seem to change.

"I sat before him, held his hand and looked at him," said the 62-year-old archbishop. "Feel that there are loving people around him who care for him and – thank God – they are not too curious about the public."

Georg Gänswein

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Georg Gänswein

At the nursing home

Schumacher, who will turn 50 in January, was injured on December 29, 2013 in Meribel in the French Alps. During the ski fall and with the right hand of his head – he wore a helmet – hit the rock. Six months later he was in a coma. When he woke up in April 2014, he was taken from the hospital in Grenoble to a private location, most likely in a Swiss home where he recovered in domestic care. It is assumed that he is concerned with a team of 15 doctors who charge around 128,000 euros a week.