Michael Schumacher is 'Crying at the Sound of his Children's Voices': Reports
Media reports say that Formula One star Michael Schumacher is crying at the sound of his children's voices after starting to recognise faces showing that he is 'alive and understands'.
The seven-time world champion, who is making a 'long, slow recovery' after a skiing accident, apparently sheds tears when he hears familiar sounds like the the voices of his wife Corinna, daughter Gina Maria and son Mick, according to an article in www.dailymail.co.uk.
This encouraging news comes after a year since his accident in the French Alps. Incidentally, his family prepare to mark his 46th birthday at their home in Gland, Switzerland.
A piece in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Serra stated that the fact that Schumacher is reacting with tears to his loved ones' voices, is 'valuable news'.
The racing star had severe head injuries while skiing with his family in the French Alps on December 29, 2013. He suffered brain damage and in a coma for six months.
In the past one year, his family have released little information on his condition