Mum-to-be Mrs Hinch has revealed that she is ‘blessed’ to be home after spending 10 days in hospital following shocking health scare.
The Instagram sensation, who is known for her cleaning tips and tricks, took to her Instagram stories to reveal she finally made it home on Sunday morning.
The 29-year-old, who is expecting her first child with husband, Jamie, continued to discuss her return sharing a photo on Instagram of her pristine living room, on Tuesday, to her 2.4m Instagram followers.
The cleaning queen, otherwise known as Sophie Hinchliffe, has confirmed her baby boy is doing fine, but she has been advised by doctors to have a break from her hobby of housework, and is under ‘strict instructions’ to rest.
Mrs Hinch wrote: ‘Hello my Hinchers! I’m baaaack and I’ve bloody missed you all so so pleased to be home with my little family unit , smelling my wax melts and sitting in my egg chair (surrounded by a ridiculous amount of birds in my garden ATB)
‘The past 10 days have been scary, emotional and very hard but I kept going remembering that there’s always someone out there struggling more than me. And I salute those people so so much! And the NHS staff are simply earth angels (sic).
‘So… Baby Hinch is growing nicely kicking away and I couldn’t feel more blessed yes I am following strict instructions and taking it slow because as a few of you that have read my book will know my health hasn’t always been my strongest point.’
Mrs Hinch’s hospital scare has given her some time to reflect on her health.
She wrote: ‘So to be given a chance to really look after myself has really motivated me. You cant Hinch your home if you haven’t hinched yourself now can you.’
Mrs Hinch also seems to have roped in husband Jamie and her mum to help out with the cleaning.
She wrote: ‘So to make sure I’ve still been productive me, my mum and Jamie have worked as a team (well I sat on the sofa ) and I officially have my baby hospital bag ready.’
‘I am a first time mum at the end of the day so everything is new to me and Jamie so we are just going to do our very best , love our baby with everything we have and be the best parents we can be.
‘That’s what it’s all about, thats what all Parents want for their babies , and we ALL have that in common don’t we So thank you my Hinchers for keeping me going and supporting me as always , you all know who you are ❤’
The pregnant star also shared a candid video of herself thanking her followers and the NHS for their love and support over the past 10 days.
Wishing Sophie and her bump all the best, and hoping she makes a full recovering soon.