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She lives with her daughter in Nashville, he mostly in Europe. Now Hayden Panettiere is talking about her relationship with boxer Wladimir Klitschko.
“I'm obsessed, it's an extreme form of love for a goal. I just think about how I can get my world title back,”says Wladimir Klitschko (41). A few days ago he suffered a bitter defeat against the young boxer Anthony Joshua, and is now recovering from the rigors of the fight in Kitzbühel.
His fiancée Hayden Panettiere was sitting at the ring, watching her husband almost knock out. went, a bleeding cut was made over the eye. She is one of the few who was able to find Wladimir Klitschko again and again during the rock-hard, concentrated training. Together with daughter Kaya (2) she visited him again and again during the preparations.
Hayden Panettiere: "My daughter is jealous when I snuggle up to Daddy …"
"She's totally daddy's girl. She loves him more than anything," the actress tells the "Bunte". "It goes so far that she gets jealous when I snuggle up to him. Then she tries to pull me away: 'He's mine Daddy, not yours. ' I sometimes imagine how she, a little two year old, sees him. A mountain from a man with whom she can feel totally protected. I feel the same way. I would like to climb up on him and know that I am safe - how a child in a tree house."
The couple has had a difficult time. After Kaya was born, Hayden Panettiere suffered from severe pregnancy depression and even had two clinics. Today the actress describes herself as healthy: “I now know that women have the strength to overcome even the most difficult problems. That is what I absolutely want to give my daughter, who will one day be a woman."
And Kaya will notice something else: a jet set life. Because Hayden and her daughter live in Nashville, Daddy Wladimir Klitschko most of the time in Europe. But the long-distance relationship does not harm love: “We have a wonderful relationship. How people lead their life together is not stipulated. What goes well between one couple does not have to apply to another couple. I love the fact that he has his own life. And that I have my own life. We meet in the middle, somehow in between."