Mrs Hinch shares emotional message to hateful trolls and reveals her blossoming baby bump

Mrs Hinch issued a heartbreaking plea to hateful trolls via a rare Instagram video after being ‘pulled apart’ on social media.

The Instagram cleaning queen, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, shared a tearful video of herself last night, followed by a rare picture of her blossoming baby bump to her Mrs Hinch Home Instagram account.

The cleaning influencer,  who is known for sharing Mrs Hinch’s cleaning tips and tricks, spoke to her 2.4m followers about the hurtful messages she receives on social media from trolls.

Sharing a video from her bed, with a Snapchat Gretel filter, the former hairdresser tearfully thanked her fans for their support, and confronted the trolls who send her horrible messages and accuse her of having a secret cleaner.

She said: ‘For those people who are not so nice, just to pull me apart…why?

‘There is no need to do it, I clean my own house, don’t hurt you or anything.

‘Maybe you should just unfollow and go and be happy.

‘Sometimes when you feel you get days when you feel more horrible than others and I think today is one of those days.

‘I know people are entitled to their own opinions but there is no need for someone to pull someone else apart.’

The pregnant star who is expecting her first child with husband, Jamie, returned to Instagram that evening to share a rare mirror selfie of her baby bump to her cleaning home account.

The expectant star admitted that she had previously posted the picture and removed it in fear she would be trolled again.

 

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Hello my wonderful Hinchers , how are you all? So .. this is a bit of a different post from me today 🙊 originally I accidentally posted this picture on my Mrs Hinch Home account and then quickly deleted it! I thought I was logged into my personal Instagram account and I started to panic 🙈 But then for a while afterwards I sat in my egg chair and thought to myself , why have I deleted it? Why did I panic? I am Mrs Hinch , this is my home , and our handsomes will soon be joining our Hinch Family. If you watched my story today you’ll see it started off difficult and I was a little emotional (sorry about that) but we all have days like this I’m sure , and that’s okay! I then read so many of your amazing messages and spoke to my mum (she always knows best) and realised I’m not going to lose this day! I’m going to laugh and I’m going to find little things I can do around the home to make this day a good day! Dust yourself off and try again as they say, and that’s exactly what I did. So I’m sorry this isn’t an interior pic , even though my lamp and baskets in the background are beaut 😂 but this is me .. Soph! I am the person behind this account after all! I can’t wait to meet our handsomes 🤰🏼and I can’t wait for you all to share this next chapter with me, Jamie and Henry. So I’ll click post now, chuck my phone on the bed and go downstairs so I’m not tempted to delete it again 😂 after all I know my Hinchers support me , my family , my life and my hinching in the most amazing way .. and I’m forever grateful , I owe this account to you all xxxx Ps: My Hinching isn’t going anywhere guys 😉 I’ll be back in full force very soon 💪🏼🧼 PPS: I paid £8 for this dress from Boohoo’s website! Barg 😂 ALL THE BEST ❤️ xxxx #mummyhinch #mrshinch #babyhinch #hinchyourselfhappy #imahincher

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She wrote: ‘Hello my wonderful Hinchers, how are you all? So, this is a bit of a different post from me today,’ she wrote. ‘Originally I accidentally posted this picture on my Mrs Hinch Home account and then quickly deleted it! I thought I was logged into my personal Instagram account and I started to panic.’

She continued: ‘But then for a while afterwards I sat in my egg chair and thought to myself, why have I deleted it? Why did I panic? I am Mrs Hinch, this is my home, and our handsomes will soon be joining our Hinch Family.

‘If you watched my story today you’ll see it started off difficult and I was a little emotional (sorry about that) but we all have days like this I’m sure, and that’s okay! I then read so many of your amazing messages and spoke to my mum (she always knows best) and realised I’m not going to lose this day!

‘I’m going to laugh and I’m going to find little things I can do around the home to make this day a good day! Dust yourself off and try again as they say, and that’s exactly what I did.

‘So I’m sorry this isn’t an interior pic, even though my lamp and baskets in the background are beaut 😂 but this is me .. Soph! I am the person behind this account after all! I can’t wait to meet our handsomes 🤰🏼and I can’t wait for you all to share this next chapter with me, Jamie and Henry […] after all I know my Hinchers support me , my family , my life and my hinching in the most amazing way, and I’m forever grateful.

‘I owe this account to you all xxxx Ps: My Hinching isn’t going anywhere guys 😉 I’ll be back in full force very soon.’

We are glad to see Mrs Hinch has returned home after spending 10 days in hospital, after a terrifying health scare, which forced her to cancel her book tour. 

Wishing Sophie and her bump all the best.

And, hoping she feels better soon.