Matt Hancock is seen in the UK for the first time since I’m a Celeb as he returns to his day job at Commons | The Sun

MATT Hancock has been seen in the UK for the first time since I'm a Celeb.

Matt, 44, was today spotted making his way back to reality – driving to his day job at the Commons.

The former health secretary had been in Australia until this week, when he was booted off I'm a Celeb.

He today swapped the jungle attire – and bronze hotpants – for a white button-up shirt, blue suit and black specked coat, and smiled to the cameras as he drove past.

Matt then also uploaded a video to Instagram with a box for people to ask him questions.

He said: "I'm back in the office in Westminster today after my day in the constituency yesterday.

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"I've got my bill in front of parliament today to have better screening for dyslexia, and I'll be answering your questions so ask me anything."

Matt had ended up in the ITV show's final with Owen Warner and Jill Scott on Sunday.

But, he was booted out and walked away with the title of third place.

Matt has arguably been one of the most controversial celebrities to take part in the show.

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The politician was sacked from his Secretary of State role during the coronavirus pandemic for breaking Covid rules with his aide Gina Coladangelo.

Following his departure, Matt spoke about his decision to take part in the reality show, saying: "I know that it was controversial me coming here, I know some people said people in your position shouldn't put themselves in embarrassing situations.

"But we're all human and we all put ourselves in it."

He added: "I just went in absolutely clear that I was going to be totally myself as if there cameras weren't on and that's what I did.

"And that is what I'm like in private."

He was met by Gina, 45, on the bridge and the pair enjoyed an embrace.

Gina – whose lockdown-flouting affair with Matt was exposed by The Sun last year – had flown to Australia to be by his side.

Jill Scott, 35, was crowned the winner – after an incredible 12 million votes.

Speaking to hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly after receiving the news, Jill said: "I just can't believe it.

"Honestly, I think I'm going to owe my grandma a lot of money for the 12 million votes she's done.

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"We were one big team, I don't think there should be one winner.

"We couldn't have got through it without all of us."

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