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Mrs Hinch pregnancy: Second baby’s due date, gender and name

Mrs Hinch is expecting another baby and earlier this week announced the incredible news to millions of her adoring fans on Instagram. The influencer – real name Sophie Hinchliffe – became an overnight sensation after her cleaning videos on Instagram went viral and she appeared on ITV’s This Morning.

The Essex mum now has over four million followers who are just as invested in her family life as they are her cleaning hacks.

When is Mrs Hinch’s second baby due and when did she announce the pregnancy?

Sophie, 31, announced she was expecting her second child on January 1, 2021, sharing an adorable snap of her son Ronnie holding a baby scan, stating that his New Year’s resolution was to become the “best big brother ever”.

The post attracted over 1.4 million likes, with the star captioning it: “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”

READ MORE: Mrs Hinch shares tips for keeping home tidy

The couple’s eldest son, Ronnie, was born in June 2019 and is coming up to his second birthday.

They announced his full name, Ronnie James George Hinchliffe, a few days after the birth.

Going by the Hinchliffes’ choice in names for Ronnie and family dog (who is treated like another son), Henry, it seems like they love British, old-fashioned names, meaning it’s likely they’ll opt for something similar when it comes to their second born.

Harry, Jack, James, Oscar, Albie, or even Noah could be potential names they might go for.


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