Matt Hancock apologises for breaking coronavirus rules
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Location, Location, Location presenter Kirstie Allsopp, 49, has taken to Twitter to blast the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock, 42, for breaking social distancing rules during his “canoodling” session with his aide and PR chief Gina Coladangelo. The outspoken TV host revealed the social distancing measures she had adhered to while filming her TV work last year, before ending her rant with a passionate expletive aimed at the health secretary.
DON’T YOU DARE B******T ME
The media personality celebrated having received both coronavirus vaccines by taking a swipe at Hancock, following the news of his reported indiscretions.
In view of her 423,000 followers, the star branded herself a “free agent” before adding that she can “dance” if the health secretary can “canoodle”.
Kirstie wrote: “I am double jabbed, if you don’t want to hug, travel, shake hands, snuggle or do anything else that’s up to you.
“But I’m a free agent and if Matt can canoodle I can DANCE,” she ended the post.
Earlier today The Sun published pictures of the health secretary in a passionate embrace with his aide.
Matt is married to Martha Hancock and together they have three children.
Gina is an entrepreneur and adviser for the Department of Health and is married to Oliver Bonas founder, Oliver Tress.
Together they also share three children.
Going on to address the politician’s “canoodling” sessions with his aide, Kirstie preempted what the MP’s apology would say.
She wrote: “I don’t give a monkeys who Hancock handles but don’t you dare say ‘no rules were broken’.
“I know the workplace rules, we have to employ someone whose job it is to measure 2 mtrs.”(sic)
The star went on to reveal the effects that social distancing had on her job, revealing that she couldn’t stand next to co-star Phil Spencer without undergoing three coronavirus tests a week.
Kirstie continued passionately: “I can’t hug house hunters, I can’t even do a cheers with touching glasses.
“I filmed Christmas in 1/?” she wrote, before continuing her rant in a new post.
“[In] a freezing cold open-sided marquee not able to go within 2 mtrs of anyone,”(sic) she said.
The TV host explained that for the past year while filming she hasn’t been able to get remotely close to her colleagues.
She continued: “I’ve been up & down the country for the last year with 2 metres as message wherever I go.
“I can’t even stand next to Phil without 3 up your nose tests a week and ‘bubbling up’.”
Ending her post, Kirstie wrote: “DON’T YOU DARE B******T ME” to the health secretary.
Addressing the incident, the MP has released a statement which said: “I accept that I breached the social distancing guidance in these circumstances. I have let people down and am very sorry.
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