Former French first lady Valerie Trierweiler disembarks from a car to leave for her departure at the airport in Mumbai January 29, 2014. (REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal)
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That's what France's former first lady, Valerie Trierweiler, told the weekly Paris-Match amid the drama of being dumped by French President Francois Hollande for a younger actress.Trierweiler, speaking to journalists on a trip to India this week, described for the first time some of what led to their breakup.Trierweiler told Paris-Match, where she long worked as a journalist, that she didn't believe rumors about the affair until the gossip magazine Closer reported it earlier this month.She insisted to Le Parisien that she was not a "princess" and described to Paris-Match her life growing up in public housing.She said the "detachment" between her and Hollande began a while ago but admitted she wasn't prepared for a breakup, according to Paris-Match.
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