Michael Schmuacher was party animal who "loved throwing people into the pool"

Michael Schumacher was a party animal who was always the first to arrive and last to leave at any event.

That is according to the F1 legend's wife, Corinna, who has revealed intricate details of her life together with the German racer both before – and after – his tragic skiing accident in 2013.

Schumacher, who retired from the cockpit in 2012 after winning seven Formula One world championships, suffered a serious brain injury while skiing with his son Mick in the French Alps.

He was air-lifted to hospital in Grenoble before undergoing two rounds of surgery and being placed in a medically induced coma for six months.

The Ferrari hero has since returned to his home in Lake Geneva, where Corinna and a team of medical staff have reportedly taken care of him since 2014.

Updates on Schumacher's condition are rare, but ahead of the release of a new Netflix documentary about her husband's life, Corinna has given an insight into the man who is loved by motorsport fans the world over.

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As well as touching on the 52-year-old's accident and current condition, she also reflected on Schumacher's character, and how he was a sociable-party loving man.

"He loved it. We laughed so much, had so much real fun," Corinna said.

"The kids still remember that, that it was always fun. Michael loved throwing people into the pool. We all ended up the pool all the time – that was Michael’s thing. Even at our wedding people were thrown into the pool.

"He couldn’t sing well. But he always sang My Way because he knew the lyrics."

"He’s simply the most loveable person I’ve ever met," she added.

"I once made dinner for him on his birthday. He was the only one who helped me to clear up and do the dishes afterwards, and I thought, ‘That’s a proper bloke!."

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"I fell in love with him simply because he was a wonderful person. I just sensed that he was something special to me."

Schumacher will be available to watch on Netflix from September 15.

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