Mrs Hinch has revealed she went months before finding out she is pregnant again and has her mum to thank for urging her to take a pregnancy test.
The cleaning influencer, 30, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, is expecting her second child with husband Jamie and admits that learning she was pregnant again had come as a shock.
Mrs Hinch is already mum to son Ronnie, one, and revealed that it was her mum who first spotted signs that she was pregnant again.
The star was already a couple of months gone when she found out her baby news, with Mrs Hinch explaining to The Sun: ‘It’s all been quite a shock because it happened sooner than we expected it to and so I was already a couple of months gone by the time we found out.’
She said: ‘Just like the last time, it was my mum who noticed.’
Mrs Hinch’s mum had spotted clues that her daughter could be expecting after watching back her Instagram stories.
‘She was watching my Insta stories and said, “Soph, go and do a pregnancy test… there’s something there.” I was like, “Oh gosh, mum. Not again,” but she was absolutely right.’
Mrs Hinch revealed she is pregnant with her second child on New Year’s Day.
She posted a cute photo of her son Ronnie holding up a sign that read: ‘New Years resolution be the best big brother, 2021.’
Her post also included a sweet photo of her holding up pictures from a baby scan while showing off her growing bump.
Mrs Hinch told fans: ‘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 ❤️.’
The soon-to-be mum-of-two married husband Jamie in 2018 and they welcomed their first child, Ronnie, a year later.
Mrs Hinch shot to fame on Instagram for her fool-proof cleaning tips and hacks that she put together over the years while battling anxiety – sharing them both online, during appearances on This Morning and in several books she has since released too.
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