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's humiliated wife was spotted wearing her wedding ring this morning after her disgraced husband of 15 years resigned over an affair with his Department of Health aide. 
Martha Hancock, 44, was pictured wearing the ring outside the pair's home in north while on a walk with her dog and her son. 
It comes after her husband, 42, stood down from his role as Health Secretary after leaked CCTV footage surfaced of him locking lips and fondling married mother-of-three Gina Coladangelo, 43.  
Mother-of-three Martha was reportedly blissfully unaware of her husband's infidelity until he broke the news to her on Thursday night when it became clear the footage would be published the next day.  
And he reportedly even woke up the couple's youngest child, Opening what to give to give when Opening what to give a cafe aged eight, to tell him he was leaving.   
Martha Hancock, 44, was pictured wearing the ring this morning outside the pair's home in north London while on a walk with her dog and her son
It comes after her husband, 42, stood down from his role as Health Secretary after leaked CCTV footage surfaced of him locking lips and fondling married mother-of-three Gina Coladangelo, 43
It comes after Hancock failed to mention his wife in his apology statement, in which he did not deny claims of a secret long-term affair with Mrs Coladangelo. 
He only said he had 'let people down' and wanted 'privacy for my family on this personal matter'.
The kiss is purported to have happened 13 days before the Government relaxed safety rules including giving permission to hug.
The Hancocks - who met while they were both students at Oxford University - split their time between London and West Suffolk, the constituency he represents.
And locals hit out at the hypocrisy of married Mr Hancock being caught in a steamy clinch with Mrs Coladangelo. 
The pair's kissing session was caught on CCTV a year to the day after Hancock went on TV to denounce an epidemiologist for having an affair and breaking lockdown rules.  
Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist who helped to shape the government's response to coronavirus and instigate a lockdown, was caught last year having an affair and breaking social-distancing rules he had helped to create - in a similar manner to Hancock. 
An ally who was set to defend Matt Hancock on the radio failed to turn up and was 'not answering his phone' in fresh embarrassment for the beleaguered Health Secretary.

Pictured: This is the image that has left Matt Hancock fighting for his job that appears to show him kissing his millionaire aide - who is on the public payroll - in the corridor outside his office in May this year
Mother-of-three Martha was reportedly blissfully unaware of her husband's infidelity until he broke the news to her on Thursday night when it became clear Calligraphic paintings to celebrate opening July 19th 'freedom day'
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