Valerie Trierweiler, former companion of French President Francois Hollande, attends a news conference organised by Fight Against Hunger in Mumbai January 27, 2014.(REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal)
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France's former first lady, Valerie Trierweiler, said Monday she was doing fine after her split from President Francois Hollande, telling reporters during a trip to India that she felt "useful" doing charity work.That announcement came less than three weeks after the tabloid Closer set off a media storm by publishing photos of what it said was Hollande, 59, making nocturnal visits to the apartment of French actress Julie Gayet, 41 .Allies said his announcement should put an end to the media scrutiny of his personal life.Still, some have criticized the way in which he announced the breakup, with some politicians and journalists calling Hollande callous in publicly repudiating his longtime partner.
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