The assistant, who was filmed kissing former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, also left her role at the Health Department tonight, it was reported.
Gina Coladangelo and Mr Hancock were pictured cuddling and kissing in violation of Covid restrictions in May.
It led to his resignation tonight, followed shortly by hers.
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Gina Coladangelo served as the non-executive director of the Ministry of Health.
It is reported that she paid £ 15,000 a year for the role.
Her departure was reported shortly after Mr. Hancock announced his resignation as Secretary of State for Health and Social Affairs.
He had previously apologized cursory and said that he had “let the people down” and that he was “excused”.
But he refused to stop at the time, saying he continued to focus on getting the country out of the pandemic.
But he handed his resignation letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson tonight – and left out a very important person.
In his resignation statement, the former health minister said he needed to spend more time with his children – but his wife Martha was missing again.
His previous apology, after The Sun first posted the picture, didn’t include an apology to his wife either.
It was reported that Mr Hancock told his wife that he would leave her the night the pictures were revealed.