Matt Hancock and his girlfriend Gina Coladangelo can't keep their hands off each other
Matt Hancock and his girlfriend Gina Coladangelo can't keep their hands off each other when they get back to their hotel after he spent three weeks in the I'm a Celeb jungle.
After he left the I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! jungle on Sunday night's finale, they saw each other again after three weeks.
Matt Hancock and his girlfriend Gina Coladangelo didn't leave each other's side as they went back to their hotel in Brisbane with his campmates.
The former Health Secretary, who came in third place and is 44 years old, was seen putting his arm around Gina, who is 45, while she nuzzled into his chest during a PDA-filled show.
The MP was still dressed for the jungle. He had on a navy T-shirt, red shorts, and hiking boots.
Gina, on the other hand, showed off her slim figure in a black crop top, beige linen pants, and sneakers.
Family and friends of the contestants were waiting in the hotel lobby for the finalists, including Matt, Owen Warner, 23, and Jill Scott, 35, who won the series.
In the last episode, each of the three campers did a Bushtucker Trial to earn five stars and their dream feast later that night.
The next morning, Ant and Dec met them and told them who had won the 2022 series.
On Sunday, Matt was the ninth celebrity to leave the jungle during the final of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Only Jill and Owen, who came in first and second, beat the former Health Secretary. The Lioness was named the 2022 Queen of the Jungle.
He surprised everyone by making it to the final, and after he left, Matt said he went into the jungle to show the "lighter side" of his personality.
When Matt left the Australian jungle, he saw his girlfriend Gina again, and the two embraced and kissed on the famous bridge.
As they hugged, Matt's partner, who had travelled more than 9,000 miles to meet the Tory MP, could hear him say, "I love you so much."
Matt did a great job of staying in the jungle for 21 days. He took part in his last tough Bushtucker Trial before leaving in the final, just missing out on being named Jungle King.
During his time in the jungle, he was the Camp Leader and the public chose him to do six trials in a row, including a horrible eating trial with Boy George.
After he left, he talked to hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly about his time in the camp. He said he joined the show because people don't see politicians as "human enough."
"I just wanted to show what kind of person I am." People often come to me with ideas already formed, but he said, "I just wanted to be myself."
"As a whole, we politicians don't seem human enough. This is a very extreme way to do it.
"People believe they know me, but they don't. They know who Matt Hancock is from TV and the news,' he said.
Matt said he was "nervous" to walk into the jungle and meet the other celebrities because of the controversy surrounding his arrival.
He said, "When I first walked in, it was just Seann Walsh and me, and we were a little excited." As he laughs at everyone's jokes, he makes everyone look good. It was hard when we got to main camp and saw some of the existing relationships.
During the show, Matt was famously questioned by ITV newsreader Charlene White about how he handled the coronavirus pandemic and how he broke his own rules about social distance when he was caught having an affair with his assistant Gina Coladangelo.
In response to the situation, Matt said he was "grateful" to his campmates for being able to have "grown-up conversations" even though they had strong feelings. He also said that they had some "important" talks about politics and his dyslexia.
He said, "We were able to talk about some important things, not just politics, but also dyslexia, especially with Jill and George about growing up gay, and all kinds of other interesting topics."
When his campmates asked him why he was on the show, he said, "Some of those grillings were really fun and a release because I could say exactly what I thought, but some of them were really emotional."
"I felt it, but what I was able to do and what I was thankful for was that we talked about it like grown-ups." We felt strongly, but there was no fighting.'
Matt also said that he knew his entry into the jungle was controversial, but that he wanted to show the "lighter side" of his personality by taking part in the reality show.
"I know it was controversial for me to come here, and I know that people said people in your position shouldn't put themselves in embarrassing situations," he said.
"Everyone has something funny about them. I went in knowing I would be myself, as if the cameras weren't on.'