Former UK Health Secretary; Matt Hancock has reportedly moved out of the home he shared with his wife of 15 years.
Matt, who resigned in June after CCTV footage of him kissing his aide was released by The Sun, was seen collecting bags and boxes containing his personal belongings.
Matt was caught cuddling and kissing his aide Gina Coladangelo in his office at the Department of Health on May 6 – prompting his resignation and the end of his 15-year marriage. CCTV images of Mr. Hancock and Ms. Coladangelo kissing were published by The Sun on June 25.
Adultery has become a part of modern life. This is a fact which can be seen at every level of society but yet needs urgent attention.
Ms. Coladangelo, who is married to Oliver Tress, the founder of Oliver Bonas, has also left her husband. Oh, what a shame!
Although Hancock didn’t get sacked for committing adultery, His resignation came after he was slammed for hypocritically breaking his own rules on COVID-19 restrictions.
According to MailOnline, Hancock and Gina Coladangelo are together but living apart as they battle to keep their romance private.
Which is the reason he is moving out of his marital home.
The former Health Secretary was seen packing up boxes into his car outside his former marital home, in London on Thursday.
A friend of Mr. Hancock told MailOnline: “He is still very much together with Gina, but they are physically apart because of the intense media interest.”
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Matt and his wife; Martha both have three children together. While Ms. Coladangelo also has three children with her multi-millionaire husband; Oliver Tress.
BBC radio presenter Jeremy Vine who also tweeted pictures of Mr. Hancock boxing up his belongings wrote:
“This guy lost his family, his job, his home, his reputation, and may even lose his seat. There’s a life lesson here.”
Indeed, there is a huge lesson to learn from this scandal that has ruined Hancock’s reputation. Love your home, respect your position and let those you serve to be your priority always. Practice what you preach.