Ex-Health Secretary Matt Hancock takes lover Gina Coladangelo on romantic £87-a-night Alpine holiday – the first as a couple since their affair cost both of them their marriages and him his cabinet job
- Matt Hancock enjoying romantic break in the Swiss Alps with Gina Coladangelo
- Stayed at resort near Montreux where double rooms cost around £140 per night
- Comes after he announced he would be running London Marathon next month
Former health secretary Matt Hancock has been enjoying a romantic break in the Swiss Alps with his lover.
The ex-minister and Gina Coladangelo tried to keep a low profile as they stayed at a £87-a-night resort near Montreux.
Pictures which were seen tonight appeared to show the pair heading out for dinner with friends. Mr Hancock wore a baseball cap while Miss Coladangelo dressed casually in denim.
The Daily Express said the couple drove to the resort from the UK for what is thought to be their first holiday abroad together since their relationship was revealed in June.
Former health secretary Matt Hancock has been enjoying a romantic break in the Swiss Alps with his lover
Mr Hancock was forced to quit the Cabinet when CCTV from his Whitehall office was leaked of him kissing his married aide
He was seen behind the wheel of a UK-registered car. Mr Hancock, 42, was forced to quit the Cabinet when CCTV from his Whitehall office was leaked of him kissing his married aide Miss Coladangelo in breach of Covid social-distancing guidance.
In the wake of the scandal, he reportedly told his wife Martha that their marriage was over and announced he would be spending time away from the spotlight to focus on his three children.
It was Mr Hancock’s second holiday in as many weeks after he was spotted hitting the surf in Cornwall with his children last month.Earlier in the summer, he was seen moving boxes, suitcases and clothes out of his marital home in London.
He announced this week that he would be running the London Marathon next month to raise funds for a hospice.
Miss Coladangelo, 44, has three children with her husband Oliver Tress, 54, who founded homeware chain Oliver Bonas.
Mr Hancock and Miss Coladangelo have known each other since their days at Oxford University. They met on student radio station Oxygen FM in the late 1990s.
The couple reportedly drove to the resort from the UK for what is thought to be their first holiday abroad together since their relationship was revealed in June