Red carpet : Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko suit up for a charity event
Hayden Panettiere grinned ear to ear as she arrived at the Ein Herz Fuer Kinder (translated: A Heart For Children) Gala with her fiancé Wladimir Klitschko in Berlin, Germany on Saturday.
The charity event comes less than two months after the actress admitted herself to a facility to treat postpartum depression.
The lovebirds were joined by Wladimir’s brother, Vitali Klitschko, and his wife Natalia at the fundraising gala.
Wladimir Klitschko has confirmed he will face Tyson Fury in a rematch for his world heavyweight crown.
Klitschko has taken up the rematch clause contract in the original fight and insists he will prove he is better than he showed in losing to Fury on Saturday /28 november/.
“I was really frustrated directly after the fight, but after some short nights I now know that I want to show that I’m much better than my performance on Saturday,” said the former WBA Super, IBF and WBo champ.
“I couldn’t show my full potential at any time. This is what I want to change in the rematch – and I will. Failure is not an option.”
Fury’s promoter Mick Hennessy wants the rematch in Wembley and Klitschko’s team will now open negotiations to agree on a date and venue.
Klitschko’s promoter Bernd Bönte claims their second fight will be even bigger than Saturday’s clash, which was watched by over 50,000 fans inside Dusseldorf’s Esprit Arena.
“There will be a huge worldwide interest in this fight, which already can be billed as the fight of the year 2016,” he said.
“We received so many questions from fans and journalists after last Saturday. The new champion and his challenger will answer all of them inside the ring.”
Former World Heavyweight Champion Vitali Klitschko has been re-elected as the Mayor of Kiev after second round runoff votes which he claimed 66.6% of the votes.
Klitschko — who was one of the most prominent leaders of the pro-Europe rallies that transformed Ukraine in 2014 — beat Boryslav Bereza, a former member of the paramilitary ultra-nationalist group Pravy Sector, into second place.
Klitschko was first elected mayor of the city of three million on a wave of hope in May 2014 following the ouster of Russian-backed president Viktor Yanukovych.
While he still enjoys support as a sporting-legend and pro-European, critics say he has failed to deliver on plans to redevelop the city’s ageing Soviet infrastructure.