According to media, the seven-time Formula One World Champion admitted in 2010 that he had made a will for the first time.

“Yes, I have made my testament because I am a family man.  But it is less about Formula One but because of the things that can happen in everyday life,” he told a German magazine.

On December 29, the premonition of "everyday life" came sadly true when he smashed his head on to a rock while skiing at the French resort of Meribel.

Meanwhile, Grenoble hospital authorities said on Monday that Schumacher is more stable but remains in a critical condition.

"The clinical state of Michael Schumacher is stable as he's under permanent care and treatment," media reported citing the hospital authorities in a statement.

"However, the medical team in charge stresses that it continues to assess his situation as critical," it added.

Schumacher has undergone two emergency operations and has been in a medically induced coma since the accident.

(Agencies)

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