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Mrs Hinch confirms she’s pregnant with her second baby: ‘We can’t wait to finally meet you’

Mrs Hinch has confirmed that she is expecting her second child with a sweet snap of her ultrasound scan in a bauble on her Christmas tree.

The cleaning influencer, 30, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, shared the news with a photo of her son Ronnie holding a sign which read: ‘New Year’s resolution – be the best big brother. 2021.’

She added: ‘It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest stars. Baby Hinch Number 2 , We can’t wait to finally meet you.

‘Happy New Year everyone… from our little family to yours… We hope your 2021 is filled with hope, health and happiness. We love you all.’

Mrs Hinch also shared a video of her Christmas tree with her ultrasound picture in a bauble as she told her followers: ‘Happy New Year Hinchers. There seems to be one present left under our tree, so I thought we could open it together?

She then showed herself opening a box full of notes thanking fans for their support and kindness over the course of 2020.

The final few notes read: ‘Like many of us, Jamie and I gladly waved goodbye to 2020 last night… and we are so excited to start a fresh new year with you all.

‘However… we do have a very magical piece of 2020 still with us that we have been holding on to so tightly and quietly… for months and months.

‘So before we take down our decorations and pack away our tree,.. here’s our very special happiness from 2020…’

Mrs Hinch was then seen removing a bauble from the tree which contained a picture of the couple’s unborn baby.

The announcement comes two years after Mrs Hinch revealed she was pregnant with one-year-old Ronnie, in December 2018.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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