Now there is clarity about the relationship status of Cora Schumacher (45). The German is on cloud nine. She confirms her love and could also have taken a dig at her production colleagues Marc Terenzi (43) and Jenny Elvers (50).
“I’m happy,” she says when asked by the “Bild” newspaper. This reports that Schumacher is with the US aerospace specialist Simon Jenner (39). Immediately after taking part in the Sat.1 reality show “Club of Good Moods”, it is said to have sparked. Now the two commute between their home in Germany and his home in the States.
During the show she kept an eye on Marc Terenzi
However, while the reality show was still being filmed, Schumacher is said to have fallen in love with Marc Terenzi. At the end of the production, however, he found happiness with actress Jenny Elvers. “Cora was also keen on Marc and calculated chances,” says a production worker. Marc chose Jenny. Since then there has been a thick air between Ralf Schumacher’s ex-wife on the one hand and Jenny and Marc on the other.
Jenny Elvers and Marc Terenzi: “Fortunately we were able to keep it secret for weeks”(00:35)
So it is quite possible that Schumacher will also shoot against the newly in love couple Elvers and Terenzi with their relationship outing. They keep their love anything but a secret, in contrast to Schumacher, who does not want to make her partner public. “I’m happy, but I don’t have to market my happiness to the outside world,” she explains. “It’s better to be secretly happy than incredibly happy.”
Rumors in the love comeback with Ralf Schumacher
Cora Schumacher was single for a long time. In 2020 she was looking for her great love on the show “Coras House Of Love”, but just a few days after the final she announced the love of winner Denny Heidrich (34).
Only about two weeks ago, rumors of a love comeback flared up for Ralf (46) and Cora Schumacher. She posted a picture together and wrote, “Thank you for being you,” complete with heart and kiss emojis. Many suspected that the feelings of the former racing driver couple would flare up. But there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with that. (imh)