- Hayden Panettiere showed off her super toned legs at amfAR’s annual gala this week.
- The actress, 33, stepped out in a little red mini dress and heels in a rare red carpet appearance.
- Hayden has been a big advocate for mental health awareness and has previously spoken about her difficult journey with substance abuse and postpartum depression.
Hayden Panettiere made a rare appearance at last night’s amfAR gala. The Nashville The star arrived rocking her super strong legs in a daring red blazer mini dress paired with black heels and a matching handbag. The annual gala, which raises funds for amfAR’s HIV and AIDS research programs, was held at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, Calif., according to its website.
Although Hayden hasn’t spoken about her fitness routine in a few years, she opened up about how she grew up playing lots of sports, and in 2014 she shared with Form that she was hiking, swimming, Bikram yoga and Pilates.
But these days, Hayden is more focused on the importance of mental health, and she’s been incredibly candid about her passion for raising awareness about the subject. Hayden even spoke openly about her own struggles as a young star in Hollywood during a recent episode of Jada Pinkett-Smith. Red table discussion.
During the show, Hayden shed light on her postpartum depression and addiction to alcohol and opioids, which at the time led to many misconceptions about how her daughter was doing. is found in Ukraine with her ex, Wladimir Klitschko..
But despite her struggles, Hayden fought to work on her happiness and mental health through treatment.
“I loved being around like-minded people… [and] to be in a place where I was safe and to be completely open for the first time in my life about all the bitter details,” she said during the Red table discussion episode. “I love talking about things. There’s something about hearing yourself speak out loud where you start to understand things that you didn’t know you were thinking or feeling,” she added.
Now you can catch Hayden using his social media Platform to talk about mental health and support others.
Keep up the great work, Hayden!
Sabrina is an editorial assistant for Women’s Health. When she’s not writing, you can find her running, training in mixed martial arts, or reading.