A former health secretary Matt Hancock has left his girlfriend Gina Coladangelo to fly home alone while he is in Australia to earn money after his appearance appearing on I’m A Celebrity… Take Me From Here! 2022. The disgraced MP from West Suffolk defied expectations in the thick of the forest and made it to the final along with Jill Scott and Owen Warner and came third.
Matt Hancock is reluctant to end his Australian adventure, as the absent politician has extended the duration of his visit, letting his partner fly home by herself.
Following his departure from the Jungle after his departure, his girlfriend Gina was waiting to greet Hancock at the famed I’m A Celebrity bridge as they shared a hug. Many of his famous campmates have already travelled back in the UK to visit their families back home. Hancock has chosen to keep his fans on the edge of their seats until his return, according to the Mirror.
Hancock’s extended time Down Under comes after his refusal to provide details on when he will back to his job as an MP and also his team’s inability of confirming whether the politician plans to donate the entire amount of PS400,000 he earned of ITV for charity as it has been suggested.
The decision of Mr Hancock to allow Gina fly home alone A source has said to The Mirror: “Matt was due to fly back home Tuesday evening Australian time along with a lot of other contestants, including Gina.
“But the man left her to fly home on his own to make money from a huge interview. Gina was a lucky winner. Jill along with Shelly took the girl under their wing, and were with her throughout the line.”
Hancock 44-year-old Hancock came 3rd in I’m A Celebrity on Sunday night. He was unable to hold back his love for Gina when he returned to his hotel JW Marriott Hotel on the Gold Coast.
The couple then donned white and enjoyed a drink reception in the hotel before they joined the other contestants at the three-hour dinner party in La Luna restaurant in Marina Mirage. Marina Mirage. When the MP was asked regarding his work return the MP did not respond and held Gina’s hands as they entered the hotel.
The writer wrote on his choice to hold the show prior to when his entry into the Jungle the following day, Mr. Hancock declared: “As soon as my time in camp has ended I’ll return to Suffolk for a surgery in which I will meet with my constituents and talk about concerns.”
But he was out of camp at 8 am on Monday morning in Australia and won’t return until late on Tuesday. He’s been out of contact via email or phone for the last three weeks, yet he was able to spend Monday relaxing.
His time in the forest was condemned by millions across the world because of a myriad of reasons for instance, the fact that Hancock remains an MP in the sitting (receiving PS84,144 per year) as well as his behavior as a government official and its handling of Covid-19 pandemic , and issues with contracts that were issued to private businesses under Hancock’s tenure being Health Minister.
Before he left his constituency who live in West Suffolk to appear on the reality show, Hancock said he would be “making donations” to charity off the remainder of his appearance on the show. The night of the show Hancock’s office was unable to confirm whether all the cost of appearing in I’m a Celebrity will be given to charities.