I really don’t get why this woman is getting so frenzied or why they keep calling her the first lady. I thought tthat title was reserved for spouses. She should be the first companion or something and the other lady should be the second companion in that order.
They say what goes around comes around and I guess this lady is just getting her comeuppance. She shoulda thunk it when she snatched him from the other woman in his life.
Flying into a fit of rage, France’s first lady Valerie Trierweiler went bonkers in her partner’s office in the Elysee Palace and destroyed artifacts, including a Louis XVI vase, to the tune of more than $4 million, media reports claimed Thursday.
By Deborah Hastings / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Francois Hollande is seen kissing partner Valerie Trierweiler after winning the second round of the French Presidential elections in 2012. According to the latest scandalous reports, she trashed the president’s office after hearing reports he was having an affair.
Flying into a fit of rage, France’s first lady Valerie Trierweiler went bonkers in her partner’s office in the Elysee Palace and destroyed artifacts, including a Louis XVI vase, to the tune of more than$4 million, media reports claimed Thursday.
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Blonde actress Jule Gayet is seen in the background of this 2011 photo showing Francois Hollande appearing as a French Socialist Party candidate for the 2012 presidential elections. Now president of France, Hollande has been skewered by tabloid reports saying he and Gayet were secret lovers.
The allegations surfaced on French online news sites including Economie Matinand in the British magazine Closer, which published a day early on Thursday to herald the latest allegations in the sensationalized tale of Hollande’s reported affair with actress Julie Gayet.
Valerie Trierweiler (l.), seen here in happier days in 2012, was hospitalized for depression this month after reports surfaced her partner, Francois Hollande (r.), was engaged in a two-year affair with actress Julie Gayet.
Trierweiler just spent eight days in a hospital for treatment of depression and is reportedly now staying at La Lanterne, the presidential home in Versailles.