Stacey Solomon congratulates pal Sophie Hinchcliffe as she welcomes second child

Tap to Tidy influencer Stacey Solomon, 31, has congratulated her pal Sophie Hinchcliffe, 31, after she revealed that she has given birth to her second child. The author or bestselling book Hinch Yourself Happy announced the wonderful news on social media as she welcomed her second son with husband Jamie, 39, who she already shares son Ronnie with. The star also revealed the unique name she has chosen for her new arrival.

Taking to her Instagram, the influencer shared the happy news with her 4.1 million fans.

She wrote: “Hello Everyone, Jamie, Ronnie, Henry and I have a little someone to introduce to you,” followed by a crying face emoji.

“Born today, 22/05/21 at 12:56am, weighing 7lb 4 ounces, please meet Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe.”

The best pal of influencer Stacey Solomon went on to reveal that the whole family was in love with the newest addition.

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The star also took to her own Instagram stories where she revealed she had Factimed her friend shortly after she gave birth.

Posting a screenshot of the call, Stacey wrote: “Best early morning FaceTime EVER.” (sic)

“Well done @mrshinchhome mummy you are incredible. And Lennie is PERFECT.

“You’re such an amazing mummy. Love you Jamie, Henry, Ronnie & Lennie to the moon and stars and back again,” she added.

In the snap, baby Lennie was wrapped up in a blanket and resting on Sophie while an arrow pointed to Jamie, with the caption, “tired daddy.”

A week ago Sophie took to social media to reveal that she was trying to find ways to encourage her baby to make an appearance.

Accompanied by a carousel of pictures of son Ron sitting in the newly decorated nursery, the star posted sweet snaps of her son eagerly awaiting the arrival of his little brother.

She wrote: “I’ve spent the past two days just letting everything soak IN whilst trying to find ways to get baby OUT.

“He’s still not made his appearance yet, but let’s see what the next few days bring,” she added before continuing her lengthy post.


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