Richard and Judy were seen flying out of Australia looking glum amid a dramatic couple of days for their family.
The TV presenting duo, who have been married for 33 years, were snapped leaving a luxury hotel in Kingscliff, New South Wales.
Their outing comes after Mirror Online exclusively revealed that the couple’s son-in-law James Haskell made a secret sex tape of his best mate romping with a schoolgirl who didn’t know she was being filmed.
James, who is wed to Richard and Judy’s daughter Chloe Madeley, hid a camera in a cupboard to film best pal Paul Doran-Jones having sex with a naked sixth forme r before brazenly showing the pornographic footage to pals.
Haskell, who was 17 and a student at Wellington College in Crowthorne, Berks at the time, was later suspended for his filming – pal Doran-Jones was expelled.
The story seemed to weigh heavy on the couple as they looked downcast on their outing.
Richard, 63, pushed along the pair’s suitcases and kept his face covered with a big pair of sunglasses.
Click to playTap to play
He dressed casually in a gray t-shirt, dark blue jeans and a pair of black trainers.
Judy, 71, kept covered in black striped trousers, a matching t-shirt and a pink patterned shawl draped over her shoulders.
She carried a straw bag in one hand and a notebook and iPad in the other.
Richard and Judy are yet to comment on their son-in-law’s sex tape.
It is thought Haskell, who is appearing in I ‘ m A Celebrity 2019, escaped expulsion from his £ 19, 000 a year school for the 2003 incident as he was an England rugby hopeful.
Bizarrely, Haskell, now 34, was seen laughing about the video in an interview filmed just eight months ago before branding the tape a “stupid mistake.”
Showbiz editor’s picks
Laughing on male entertainment channel JOE with Doran-Jones, the now married Haskell sipped a pint of Guinness as he jokingly pointed at filming equipment: “Remote cameras! That would have been the perfect crime.
“All I am going to say is this. My idea, Paul was execution, I wasn’t in the cupboard at all. “
He added:” We decided to set up a home video club and it went horribly wrong. It was a stupid mistake that we both regret. The worst thing was I was portrayed as having been involved … I was nothing to do with it apart from, obviously, it was my idea. “