PIERS Morgan has mocked Matt Hancock after posting a cheeky picture of The Queen on his social media.
The former Good Morning Britain presenter pointed out that the Government had made sure that the Queen was following lockdown legislation at Prince Phillips funeral.
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Piers posted a picture of Her Majesty sitting alone at her husband’s funeral in April, next to the Sun’s exclusive image of the Health Secretary’s raunchy cinch with Gina Coladangelo.
The image also depicts a speech bubble coming from the Queen, which said “I thought you said the rules were for everyone.”
Posting the meme his 7.9million followers Piers said “This perfectly sums up why Hancock is toast.”
The heart breaking image of The Queen sitting alone at Philips funeral upset thousands of people around the world.
Piers previously slammed Hancock and tweeted The Sun's front page, exposing the Health Secretary's explosive affair.
He added: "At the time he was ordering the British people not to hug anyone from other households…"
Mr Hancock cheated on his wife Martha with Gina Coladangelo, 43, who he hired last year with taxpayers’ money, as Covid gripped Britain.
But the shocking images also showed him breaking multiple Covid rules on May 6.
Indoor mixing bans weren't relaxed until May 17 on the lockdown roadmap – meaning that the Health Secretary failed to keep to restrictions enforced by himself and the PM.
Brits were also banned from hugging people outside of their household at the time of Matt Hancock's steamy affair.
It comes as:
- Hancock and Gina were pictured enjoying a 'flirty' dinner date two weeks after their ministry smooch
- Hancock was spotted checking the coast was clear before the flirty cinch
- Gina packed her car and left her marital home
- Hancock's wife was spotted still wearing her wedding ring
- Boris Johnson came under pressure to "pull the plug" as polls showed most Brits think Hancock should go
- Police said they would not investigate him for breaching Covid laws
- The Health Secretary is facing furious calls for him to resign
And he clearly failed to stick to social distancing rules while getting intimate within the walls of Whitehall.
This comes just months after Matt Hancock himself suggested that Neil Ferguson should be prosecuted for breaking Covid rules when he met his lover.
Mr Hancock has apologised for his actions, saying: "I accept that I breached the social distancing guidance in these circumstances.
"I have let people down and am very sorry.
"I remain focused on working to get the country out of this pandemic, and would be grateful for privacy for my family on this personal matter."
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