Matt Hancock’s Lover Throws Out Empty Booze Bottles

Matt Hancock’s lover Gina Coladangelo was pictured binning a recycling sack of empty alcohol bottles outside their West London lovenest.

The ex-ministers former aide, Gina Coladangelo, 44, was spotted outside Matt Hancock’s flat taking out a bin sack bearing empty booze bottles before the couple went their separate ways on November 14.

It’s been reported that Gina Coladangelo has been staying at the former Health Secretary’s home overnight and several days later she was spotted locking lips with Matt Hancock outside his home.

According to a newspaper outlet, the couple, who first met while they were both studying at Oxford, was seen sharing the embrace in front of their home following their recent European getaways.

Neighbours of the couple referenced Gina Coladangelo taking out the bins by relating it to Theresa May’s appearance on BBC’s The One Show, where the former Prime Minister said that there were specific boy jobs and girl jobs around the house.

One neighbour told a newspaper outlet that wasn’t it Theresa May who said that taking the bins out was a boy’s job? Looks like Matt Hancock’s turned that on its head, and that it seemed like they’d settled in pretty quickly, and that they’re comfortable with each other.

This sighting comes just months after Matt Hancock was forced to quit the Cabinet when CCTV from his Whitehall office was leaked of him kissing his married aide in violation of COVID social distancing guidance.

CCTV images of Gina Coladangelo and Matt Hancock locked in a lover’s clinch in his office were extensively published in June, leading to his departure from Government, and she reportedly left the £4.5 family home she shared with Mr Tress after the affair was exposed, and it’s understood that she’s now in an ongoing relationship with Matt Hancock, who in turn walked out on his wife and young children.

Matt Hancock and his wife married in 2006 and have a daughter, 14 and two sons, 13 and eight, in London and West Suffolk, until earlier this year when Matt Hancock’s affair was exposed.

Matt Hancock’s kiss with Gina Coladangelo, a mother of three whose husband Oliver Tress is the founder of the clothing store Oliver Bonas, is alleged to have taken place on May 6 this year.

After the footage surfaced, Matt Hancock confirmed his resignation and said he wanted to reiterate his apology for breaking the guidelines.

This despicable man stopped people from having a loved one with them as they lay dying in hospital and care homes and then stopped families hugging at funerals. Meanwhile, he was frolicking with his mistress.

Innumerable amounts of people didn’t see their families because they didn’t want to make anyone sick, or get sick themselves, and also because Matt Hancock and Boris Johnson said that they couldn’t.

Mind you, it does make you question why newspaper outlets are watching Gina first thing in the morning putting her rubbish out. Have they nothing better to do with their time? After all, a woman’s got to do what she’s got to do, especially when she wakes up each morning and sees who she’s laying next to.

Perhaps it’s those drinks are that are getting her through the day, although, saying that, she must have been plastered when she first jump him – there isn’t any other logical explanation – boy is she in for a shock when she sobers up from her epic binge.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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