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Hayden Panettiere Halts Her Wedding Plans For Reasons That Are More Political Than You'd Think!

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Who knew Hayden Panettiere was so in tune with things happening around the world!

The Nashville actress, who announced her engagement to fiancé Wladimir Klitschko last October, is putting a hold on the wedding!

But don't worry, it isn't because there's trouble in paradise! In fact, the real reason why Hayden is pausing on all things involving the wedding is purely political.

Because of all the violence and protesting against the government in her other-half's homeland of Ukraine, the petite actress has decided to hold off on planning the wedding until everything is resolved.

Wladimir's brother Vitali Klitschko, who leads the main opposition party in the Ukraine, shed light on the situation, saying:

"With the circumstances right now, it's hard for us to set a date."

It must be hard indeed, but thankfully Hayden is understanding of the situation her fiancé and his family are dealing with.

As much as we would all love to see pics of Hayden in her beautiful bridal attire, peace is definitely the main priority right now!

We hope this all gets resolved soon!

[Image via Patrick Hoffmann/WENN.]

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One comment to “Hayden Panettiere Halts Her Wedding Plans For Reasons That Are More Political Than You'd Think!”

  1. Mariya says – reply to this


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    It is not "the" ukraine. It was "the" ukraine when it was a region of the USSR. It is now an independent country and should be referred to as such. Using "the" is offensive and suggests it is still a subordinate region.