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French first lady fears she'll be left homeless if Hollande dumps her, report says

January 19, 2014: A view of the official residence La Lanterne, in Versailles, west of Paris, where France's first lady Valerie Trierweiler is reported to be resting. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

If she gets the boot, she might not get the keys.

France’s First Lady, Valerie Trierweiler, fears she could wind up homeless if her cheating partner, President Francoise Hollande, dumps her for the younger actress he’s rumored to be seeing, according to a published report.

Trierweiler, 48, has left the Paris hospital she checked into for a week after reports of Hollande's alleged fling with 41-year-old Julie Gayet. She is resting at La Lanterne, a hunting lodge and presidential retreat in Versailles.

An article on the website of Paris Match – the trendy magazine where Trierweiler works – said "Valerie oscillates between depression and rage" and has told colleagues she worries she’ll have no home to return to because the First Couple’s Paris apartment is in his name.

"Imagine the anxiety," wrote Paris Match deputy editor Catherine Schwaab.

Hollande, 59, didn’t use his visit on Thursday to Trierweiler’s hospital bedside to dump her, but he did tell his devastated partner that he needs “more time,” Schwaab wrote.

"They agreed that she could 'wait' in La Lanterne. But wait for what? Therein lies the problem," the article states.

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