The assistant, whose filmed kiss with Health Secretary Matt Hancock led to his resignation, is said to have left her role at the Ministry of Health.
Gina Coladangelo is leaving her position as non-executive director of the Department of Health worth £ 15,000 a year. Der Spiegel reportsafter Mr. Hancock bowed to mounting pressure and left his cabinet post.
Pictures and videos showed Mr Hancock hugging Ms. Coladangelo last month, and the Health Secretary faced calls to step down for violating social distancing rules.
Mr Hancock wrote to Boris Johnson on Saturday saying, “The last thing I want is my personal life to divert attention from the single-minded focus that is emerging from this crisis.”
He said, “We owe it to people who sacrificed so much in this pandemic, to be honest, if we failed them, as I did by breaking the guidelines.”
Ms. Coladangelo, who is married to Oliver Bona’s founder, Oliver Tress, has known the Tory cabinet member since they studied together at Oxford University.
Officials have still not confirmed whether Mr Hancock played a role in their appointment last year but insist that due process was followed.
On Thursday, she was seen packing her car in front of the couple’s London home.
The footage of the couple kissing was reportedly taped on May 6, when English law banned indoor social gatherings of people from different households and leadership told people to stay two meters apart and “face-to-face” to avoid.
Mr Hancock apologized Thursday, but in his letter to the Prime Minister he wrote, “We have worked so hard as a country to fight the pandemic. The last thing I want is my personal life to divert attention from being single. focused focus that leads us out of this crisis.
“I want to repeat my apologies for breaking the guidelines and apologize to my family and loved ones for going through this. I also have to be with my children during this time. “
There was no reference to his wife Martha in his letter or testimony.
In a video posted on Twitter, he admitted he had to resign and said, “I understand the enormous sacrifices everyone has made in this country.
“And those of us who make these rules have to obey them, so I have to resign.”
Following today’s announcement, Labor leader Keir Starmer said: “Matt Hancock is right to step down. But Boris Johnson should have fired him.”
Mr. Hancock’s decision to leave came after cracks appeared in conservative support.
Former Health Secretary Stephen Dorrell said Mr Hancock’s position had become “untenable” as the families of the bereaved asked him to resign.