Mrs Hinch gives birth to second child with hubby Jamie and shares adorable name05/22/2021
Cleaning guru Mrs Hinch has confirmed the birth of her second child with husband Jamie Hinchcliffe.
Posting an adorable snap to her social media page, Mrs Hinch – real name Sophie Hinchcliffe – announced they've named their little boy Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe.
Showing her cradling their gorgeous new addition, Sophie wrote alongside the photoset: "Hello Everyone Jamie, Ronnie, Henry and I have a little someone to introduce to you Born today, 22/05/21 at 12:56am, weighing 7lb 4 ounces, please meet Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe.
"I have absolutely no words to explain how I’m feeling right now guys but what I do know is that our hearts are so full. We are so very grateful and SO in love. Let the Adventures of Ron, Len & Hen begin.
"Thank you so much for all of your beautiful well wishes and messages checking in on us. Your support and love means the world. Lots of love to every single one of you xxxx Jamie, your boys and I love you."
'Cleanfluencer' Sophie first announced the happy news that she was expecting her second child on New Years Day.
She admitted she had no idea she was pregnant until her mum told her she should get a pregnancy test after becoming aware of a little hint on Instagram.
Sophie told The Sun at the time: "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.
"Just like last time, it was my mum who noticed. 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 yep, she was absolutely right."
Sophie and Jamie already have a 20-month-old son, Ronnie, together.
She gave birth in 2019, and earlier this month hit back at cruel trolls who had been comparing her little one to their own.
Posting on Instagram, she said: "Comparison is the thief of joy’ – An old saying that’s been shared many times – and this CERTAINLY doesn’t exclude parenting!
"There will always be another child who is smarter, more athletic, more talented, more obedient than yours, as well as kids who aren’t as smart, athletic, talented, obedient as yours.
"I really am fed up of seeing passive aggressive messages and comments ‘does your child even speak yet Sophie’, ‘you need to cut Ronnies hair’, ‘Ronnie should be counting by now’, ‘why haven’t you shown Ronnie much today on your stories’, ‘you film your child too much’."
The star had an inspirational message for those who found time to post critical comments: "Every single child is a blessing, is unique, is special, is beautiful and developing at different stages to one another!
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"Some moments as parents we fall and have to pick ourselves back up, so in those darker moments show support, give advice and simply be kind instead of making someone feel worse about themselves!"
She said she suffered from questioning her abilities as a mother after giving birth for the first time, and though she said she wishes she'd reached out for help earlier, Sophie said she now recognises the signs and isn't afraid to ask for help.
- Mrs Hinch
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