Where was the Matt Hancock and Gina Coladangelo kissing video filmed?

MATT HANCOCK has been caught on camera kissing his closest aide.

The Sun revealed last night that the Health Secretary had cheated on his wife with Gina Coladangelo.

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Where was the Matt Hancock and Gina Coladangelo kissing video filmed?

Mr Hancock has been married to his wife Martha, who was seen wearing her wedding ring today, for 15 years.

But the 42-year-old has been filmed kissing the millionaire lobbyist during office hours.

The video was taken inside of his ninth-floor office at the Department of Health building.

This is the same place that has provided the backdrop to several of his zoom appearances on TV.

And the office where the tryst happened is where Mr Hancock famously hangs his Damien Hirsty portait of the Queen.

When was the Matt Hancock video taken?

The video of Mr Hancock kissing his aide was taken just after 3pm on May 6.

The incident took place last month as the Delta Covid variant began to spread across the country.

Mr Hancock has since apologised for his actions and insisted he is still 'focused' on fighting the pandemic.

What happened in the Matt Hancock affair video?

Mr Hancock is seen checking the corridor is clear before closing the door.

The 42-year-old then leans on it to ensure he cannot be disturbed.

Ms Coladangelo, who is married, then walks towards him and the pair start to kiss.

According to a whistleblower, the pair have regularly been caught in clinches together.

What were the Covid rules when the video was filmed?

On 6 May when the incident took place, Covid restrictions remained in place across the UK.

In England, indoor gatherings for work purposes were permitted but only if "reasonably necessary".

The government also recommended that people keep 2m apart at work where possible.

According to the government's unlocking timetable, intimate contact with individuals outside of your household was not allowed until 17 May.

Mr Hancock has admitted that he breached social distancing rules and claimed he is "very sorry".

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided to stand by his colleague and "considers the matter closed".

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