Gina Coladangelo is Matt Hancock’s love interest. This photo shows Gina separating from Matt Hancock and a bag full of empty bottles.

The ex-ministers former aide, Ms Coladangelo, 44, were spotted outside Mr Hancock’s flat in West Hampstead, North London taking out a bin bag containing empty alcohol bottles before the pair went their separate ways on November 14.

Reports state that Ms. Coladangelo was staying in the house of former Health Secretary, ‘overnight.’ A few days later she was seen chatting with Mr Hancock at his residence.

Matt Hancock's lover Gina Coladangelo, 44, (pictured) takes out a bin bag of empty booze bottles outside their West London lovenest

Matt Hancock and Gina Coladangelo’s 44-year-old lover Gina Coladangelo take out a binbag of empty booze bottles to get outside their West London love nest

Ms Coladangelo was pictured taking out the empties and was spotted a few weeks later outside Mr Hancock's home

Ms. Coladangelo was seen emptying the empties. She was later seen outside Mr Hancock’s house a few months later.

Ms Coladangelo was spotted in casual attire wearing jeans and trainers with a navy blue shirt to complete her look

To complete the look, Ms. Coladangelo was seen in casual wear wearing jeans and trainers. She also wore a navy blue shirt.

The pair shared a kiss a few days later before going their separate ways. It has been reported that Ms Coladangelo has been staying at the former Health Secretary's home 'overnight'

A few days later they shared a kiss before moving on to their respective paths. It has been reported that Ms Coladangelo has been staying at the former Health Secretary’s home ‘overnight’

Mr Hancock was forced to resign for breaching social distancing guidelines after he was shown in CCTV footage kissing his aide Gina Coladangelo inside his ministerial office in May (pictured)

After he was caught on CCTV kissing Gina Coladangelo in his ministerial office, Mr Hancock had to resign.

This sighting comes just months after Mr Hancock was forced to quit the Cabinet when CCTV from his Whitehall office was leaked of him kissing his married aide in breach of Covid social-distancing guidance

This is just months after Mr Hancock had to quit Cabinet because CCTV footage from Whitehall was released showing him kissing his wife aide, in violation of Covid’s social-distancing guidelines

According to The Mirror, the pair first met at Oxford while studying together. They were seen holding hands in front their homes after their recent European vacations. 

Neighbour’s of the couple referenced Ms Coladangelo taking out the bins by referring to Theresa May’s 2017 quote that there are specific ‘boy jobs and girl jobs’ around the house.

The Mirror was told by a neighbor that Theresa May claimed that taking out bins is a boys job. Matt seems to have turned it on its head.

“It seems like they have settled in quickly and are very cosy with one another.”

This is just months after Mr Hancock had to resign from the Cabinet because CCTV footage taken at Whitehall of Hancock’s Whitehall office showed him kissing his wife aide, in violation of Covid social distancing guidelines.

CCTV photos of Ms. Coladangelo in love with Mr Hancock in their office were widely reported in June. This led to Hancock’s resignation.

She reportedly fled the £4.5 family home she shares with Mr Tress after the affair was exposed, and is understood to now be in an ongoing relationship with Mr Hancock, who in turn walked out on his wife and young children.     

After marrying in 2006, the Hancocks had been living with their 14-year-old daughter and two of their sons (13 and 8 years respectively) in London until Mr Hancock’s affairs were exposed.

According to some reports, Mr Hancock and Miss Coladangelo were pictured kissing on May 6, this year. Oliver Tress, the founder of Oliver Bonas clothing shop, was also present.

The footage was shown and Mr Hancock resigned. He said that he regrets having broken the guidelines. 

The sighting is a result of the recent sex exchange between the two. Romantic getaway to Croatia in the last month snapped at Lvxor – a café and restaurant in the Croatian city of Split offering a mix of local cuisine and international fine dining.

Matt Hancock and Gina Coladangelo were sat outside a romantic restaurant in the city of Split, Croatia, and appeared to be enjoying a glass of wine while they were serenaded by a guitarist

Matt Hancock and Gina Coladangelo sat in a Romantic Restaurant in Split, Croatia. While they enjoyed a glass, a guitarist entertained them.

Both were said to have been enjoying wine glasses and sitting at tables outside the restaurant’s front while being serenaded with a guitar on the floor. 

The ex-minister is  set to write a ‘How I Won The Covid War’ book on his ‘heroic’ role in the UK vaccine campaign.

HarperCollins is currently in discussions with Mr Hancock over a detailed account of heated lockdown rows between ministers, aides and scientists.

The book, which could earn him an advance of £100,000, will allow him to dispute claims that he was to blame for key blunders in the pandemic as well as push his case for a Cabinet comeback.

He is expected to retaliate against Dominic Cummings, a former No. 10 adviser who had accused him of lying and incompetence. 

Sources say he’ll fuel their vicious battle of words by claiming that Mr Cummings’ ‘destructive actions’ delayed the vaccine breakthrough.

Disgraced former Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been given a United Nations role just four months after resigning from his government post (pictured: Hancock walks with his former aide and lover Gina Coladangelo)

Matt Hancock, a disgraced ex-Health Secretary has been appointed to the United Nations just four months after his resignation from his government position. Hancock walks alongside Gina Coladangelo who was his former aide.

He is also expected to take aim at Ursula von der Leyen, the president of EU Commission. 

Last night, Mr Hancock told the Mail that he was approached by a publisher to publish a book. However, no decision has been made.

It is believed that he would like it to be published right before the Covid inquiry officially opens in the spring.

Before he is confronted with the inquiry, he plans to present himself as a hero and get his story out there.

According to a reliable source, Matt painted a picture that showed a man working tirelessly night and night while keeping cool under fire. He saved the NHS, was able to rise above the petty Downing Street quarrels.  

“If you believe the story, it is because he backed the vaccine against all odds and treated anti-vaxxers contemptuously, winning over the skeptical public.”

He is said to be planning to ‘go out of his way to be flattering’ about Boris Johnson, seen by some as a further sign that he is determined to win back his seat round the Cabinet table – and the £140,000 salary that comes with it.

Mr Hancock is keen to resist pressure to use the book to describe the affair with aide Gina Coladangelo that led to his resignation in June – or the leaked photo of their kiss that ended his marriage.