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Hayden Panettiere denies relationship problems with the sweetest picture

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Hayden Panettiere has shut down rumours that she is experiencing relationship difficulties with her fiancé Wladimir Klitschko by sharing an adorable photo of herself with the professional boxer and their daughter, Kaya.

Reports that the couple were experiencing difficulties began after Hayden was spotted without her engagement ring. However, the former Heroes star posted a snap of her family on her Twitter account, and ended the rumours by captioning the adorable photo: "Missing rings don't mean the end of relationships. Blessed to be with my beautiful family," accompanied by a hands praying emoji.


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Hayden shared a photo of her fiance and daughter

The black-and-white photo revealed that Hayden has changed her usual golden blonde hair to bleached blonde, and that one-year-old Kaya has inherited her mum's blonde hair and blue eyes.  

Fans of the star were quick to praise the beautiful family photo, with one writing: "Hey, Hayden, thanks so much for speaking out. I really admire you," while another wrote: "Amen! Been married 34 years but often take my rings off. You go, girl!"

The 26-year-old star recently received further treatment for post-partum depression after suffering following the birth of her daughter in 2014, entering into a facility back in May this year. Hayden has been vocal about her treatment, and has spoken out about how important it is to raise awareness of the depression.

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The star has been vocal about her struggle with post-partum depression

Prior to beginning her treatment this year, she tweeted: "The postpartum depression I have been experiencing has impacted every aspect of my life. Rather than stay stuck due to unhealthy coping mechanisms I have chosen to take time to reflect holistically on my health and life. Wish me luck!"

She told People magazine about encouraging other mothers to admit they need help should they suffer from post-partum depression, saying: "The biggest message that I've been trying to promote for women is that it's ok to ask for help. You feel mummy guilt – it's for real."

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