Hanna Prater is the German Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel’s wife. She had known the racing great since they were children and eventually married him. The couple has three children. Prater has always been Vettel’s right hand, playing an important part in both his personal and professional lives.
Hanna Prater Wikipedia
Hanna Prater was born in 1988. She attended Heppenheim Middle School before enrolling at Baden Wurttemberg Fashion School to study textile design. Prater is a passionate football supporter of Barcelona FC.
Hanna Prater is a busy homemaker who not only looks after her family but also assists her boyfriend with his professional commitments. Prater is a very private person who, unlike many other celebrity spouses and girlfriends, does not desire publicity.
Hanna doesn’t even go to the races with Vettel. Hanna, like many others of her generation, is not a big fan of social media.
The German lady is respected for her humility and simplicity, which are unusual qualities in a celebrity’s girlfriend. Prater and Sebastian Vettel have been together for several years and are considered an ideal long-term relationship in the Formula One world.
Hanna Prater Age
Hanna Prater’s age is 35 years.
Hanna Prater’s Net worth
Hanna Prater’s net worth is believed to be $5 million.
Hanna Prater Height
Hanna Prater is 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Hanna Prater Husband: Sebastian Vettel
Vettel began karting when he was three years old and began racing in kart series when he was eight years old in 1995. In 1998, he joined the Red Bull Junior Team and won multiple championships, including the Junior Monaco Kart Cup in 2001.
Vettel was promoted to open-wheel vehicles in 2003, and Derrick Walker gave him the chance to test a Reynard Motorsport Champ Car in a two-day private test at the Homestead road course. A year later, he won the Formula BMW ADAC championship with 18 victories in 20 races.
Hanna Prater Children
Emilie Vettel and Matilda Vettel are the two daughters of Hanna Prater and Sebastian Vettel.
Hanna Prater Job
Hanna Prater found work in the print fashion industry after graduating and finally earned a name for herself by styling for the prestigious ‘Look Magazine.’ Later, she worked at the S. Oliver Fashion House, where she gained excellent expertise.
Prater is apparently working on her own brand of fashion accessories after taking a sabbatical from her career to have children.