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Sophie Hinchcliffe, the cleaning legend herself, is bringing out a Memoir, titled This is Me, all about the woman behind Mrs. Hinch. The social media sensation took to Instagram this morning to reveal the book’s cover, including a behind-the-scenes video of how they created Sophie’s stunning cover-shot.

“Soooo, a slightly different morning post from me today guys… I’ve noticed some of you have spotted it already. I can now share my Memoir front cover with you all! I have everything crossed and I just hope you like it,” Sophie prefaced before the big reveal.

In the black-and-white video, Sophie is seen wearing a gorgeous, dusky-grey ball-gown dress. In the montage of clips, she’s fixing her makeup, draped across a velvet couch and of course, dancing and playing with her adorable dog, Henry, all while the emotional song, This Is Me, plays in the background.

“Well guys, here we are! What an absolute whirlwind of a journey this has been so far,” Sophie wrote.

“It's often felt like a fairy tale but it hasn't always been easy, and I'm going to let you in on the highs and the lows as well as my biggest fears and my darkest challenges. Because this book right here, is me.”

“This is me: Soph – the wife, the mother and the person behind Mrs Hinch. So let's do this! Put your Hinch Lists to one side, get comfy and join me on the sofa with a cuppa. Welcome to my world. This is my story.”

Mrs. Hinch’s adoring fans were eager to share their pride and admiration for their cleaning guru. “That’s brought a tear to my eye… I love you all so much, so proud of you and what you have achieved,” one fan wrote. Another gushed, “Can someone explain to me why I am welling up with pride for you! Got mine on pre-order. Well done!”.

This is me is being published by Penguin and will be out on October 1. You can pre-order your copy here.


It's safe to say we all wish our homes were as clean as Mrs Hinch's. Her stunning pad has become one of the most famous homes on Instagram and we're not one bit surprised. The mum is always sharing the most beautiful snaps of her house with her 3.4 million followers, however, it can be hard to avoid the trolls when you have such a huge following.

The cleaning guru shared a rude message from one person who commented on her wardrobes, "I think your wardrobe would have been much better than this if I am honest with you."

Sophie shared the remark and asked, "What do some people expect of me?"

She later shared a photo on her feed and expressed her disappointment in the comment, "Following on from my DM I received about my wardrobe today (please see stories) I need to say this …. Believe it or not , I am the first person to look at my own grid and say “why the hell do I have 3.4 million followers”. I have absolutely no idea. It baffles me everyday!

"But why should I change my home into something I’m not , just to suit the size of my account? I refuse. Yes This is my lounge, I don’t have a ‘cinema room’ , I don’t have a walk in wardrobe, I don’t have a make up room BUT my dog does have his own bedroom…


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"I sit my Mrs Hinch arse down here every night with all my Handsomes, blankets and waxmelts and I genuinely couldn’t be happier. We have absolutely everything we could ever need. So to all my fellow barg lovers and hinchers…. I bloody love ya!! stand proud, be you and all the effin best," she shared.

Her followers praised her for being so honest, "Your house is gorgeous but your personality shines a million times more – you honestly make me smile."

"You are who you are. You don’t have to justify yourself," another wrote.

One added, "Well said Sophie! Never change as you're a beautiful woman inside and out."


Huge congratulations are in order for Internet sensation Mrs Hinch who has given birth to her first child.

The cleaning guru and her husband Jamie have welcomed a baby boy. This is the pair's first child.

Sophie gave birth to their son on Thursday, June 20, 2019. They decided to call their baby boy Ronnie James George.


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Jamie took to Instagram to share the joyous news with his wife's followers.

He wrote: "Hello Hinchers… Mr Hinch here.Yesterday, the 20th June 2019, at 4.11am, I watched my wife, the love of my life, bring our beautiful son, Ronnie James George Hinchliffe into the world, weighing in at 6lbs 1 oz. I didn’t think I could love Soph any more than I already do, but I was so very wrong."

"For once, I am completely lost for words.  All I can say is thank you for your unbelievable kindness, loyalty and the most pure and genuine love we both feel from you all. I know you’ll understand that we’ll be quiet for a while whilst we take these precious moments in and enjoy our baby bubble.


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"I will be spending today and the rest of my life caring for, looking after and protecting my beautiful wife and son. Ronnie, our darling boy, we love you more than we ever knew possible. Henry, time to be the best big brother ever my boy. Soph… your three handsomes love you and I am so so proud of you," the doting husband gushed.

We are thrilled for Sophie and Jamie on the arrival of baby Ronnie.


Pregnant Mrs. Hinch is still in the hospital a week after she was first admitted. 

She fell ill a week ago and was rushed in, all which she revealed on Instagram. 

And now the 29-year-old has taken to social media again to announce that she still hasn't made it home. 

The cleaning star, real name Sophie Hincliffe, is pregnant with her first baby. 

She is dealing with a mystery illness and has updated her fans about how she is doing.

She took to Instagram Stories to post a snap of her colouring a colouring book.

She wrote, ''One week in hospital today and I can honestly say I can't wait to be allowed home! Hopefully soon.''

She then posted a snap of her hand in the hospital bed.

She captioned it, ''He definitely wakes up and starts kicking me as soon as it's my bedtime, my naughty Hinch. I'll lay here with him wriggling, and everything feels OK."

We are sending her love and good vibes – hopefully she will be home safe and sound soon. 


Instagram sensation Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, has reassured her fans from hospital that she is doing okay following a health scare.

The 29-year-old, who is expecting her first baby, was rushed to hospital yesterday.

Sophie made herself a household name thanks to her ingenious tips on housework and cleaning  and has revealed that she is being kept in to be monitored after falling sick.

She posted a screenshot to her Instagram at midnight to reassure her followers that she was being well looked after by the medical staff.

She wrote, ''I'm settled for the night Hinchers, nurses are simply amazing. I cannot explain how overwhelmed I am with the pure love I have received tonight just in messages alone from you all.''

She continued, ''So emotional but beautiful. My little family and I just love you all. My best friends…goodnight.''


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Sophie's husband Jamie Hinchliffe had stayed by her side yesterday evening as she was rushed to hospital and had her baby checked.

While she has not given any details, she says her unborn son is ''doing fine.''

We wish her a speedy recovery and hope that she will be home safe and sound soon.



Hey Irish Hinchers, drop the Zoflora – we have some good news for you. 

Mrs Hinch is coming to Ireland to promote her new book Hinch Yourself Happy, and if you have always wanted to meet her, here is your chance. 

The expecting mum shot to fame on Instagram thanks to her squeaky clean, beautiful home, as she helps hundreds of thousands of people manage their anxiety via cleaning and tidying.


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Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, accumulated a whopping 2 million Instagram followers in the space of a year thanks to her humour and positivity, as well as her honest portrayal of her life and her amazing cleaning tips. 

Her new book will be available on April 4th, and will focus on accumulating all of her best cleaning and organising hacks in one place. 

Mrs Hinch is taking Hinch Yourself Happy on tour – and she's making a signing stop in Dublin. 


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Over on Instagram, Mrs Hinch posted a list of her book signing dates. 

' I can’t believe I can even say the words “my book tour” if I’m honest.. I’m so so nervous but more than nervous, I’m so excited to meet as many of you as poss! And I’m also so excited for all of my Hinchers to meet each other,' she wrote. 

'We’re all in this together.. so it would mean the absolute world to me to see you all together chatting about hinching and zoflora and minkehs and wishing each other all the very best.'


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Penguin, the books publisher, is clearly anticipating a big turn out, so they are using a ticket system for the signings. 

Tickets cost the same price as the book, and include a signed copy of the book in the price (you can find the ticket link here). 

However, tickets for almost all of the signings are currently sold out. Mrs Hinch took to her Instagram story this morning to promise fans that she would try to secure more dates for signings due to the high demand. 

'I'm going to speak with Penguin with more tickets and dates,' she wrote. 'I so wish I could meet every single one of you some how.'

The signing will take place on April 13th in Easons on O'Connell Street – hopefully more dates will be added soon. 


Huge congratulations are in order for Mrs Hinch aka Sophie Hinchliffe who has announced she is expecting her first child.

The Instagram star revealed the big news in a touching photo with her husband Jamie and their dog Henry posing by the Christmas tree.

The 28-year-old captioned the photo: “My Hinchers, Mr Hinch and I have been keeping a little secret.”


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The mum-to-be gushed: “All of our Christmas wishes have come true, our mini Hinch will soon be due.”

Sophie added: “Henry is going to be the best big brother ever! I hope you’ve all had the most magical Christmas Day.”

Fans were quick to congratulate the Internet sensation following her major announcement.

“Congratulations! This couldn’t happen to a better couple! Merry Christmas you beautiful people,” one wrote.


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Another said: “Oh wow this is the most exciting news!! With yours and Mr Hinch’s genes this baby is going to be beautiful!”

“What an amazing year!! Massive congratulations Mr & Mrs Hinch!!” one gushed.

Another advised: “Take good care of yourself! Wonderfully happy news for you and Jamie xx”

Sophie took to Instagram stories this morning to express her shock at the huge support since she announced she was expecting her first child.

“I’m so blown away by the amazing messages and comments we’ve received. I love you all and I know my Hinchers will be with me every step of the way.

“I’m nervous but so excited,” Sophie added.

We are absolutely thrilled for Sophie and Jamie. Talk about the best Christmas present ever.


The goddess of cleaning is back – and we are DELIGHTED.

Mrs Hinch is releasing a book FULL of her top tricks to having a spotless home.

Whether you're a clean freak or a messy betty – this bible of cleaning tips is set to teach you her secrets to achieve a sparkling home.


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Mrs Hinch aka Sophie Hinchliffee has an army of 1.4m cleaning junkies on Insta.

The book "Hinch Yourself Happy: All The Best Cleaning Tips To Shine Your Sink And Soothe Your Soul," is based off pictures she regularly posts to her social media account.

Her army, known as the Hinchers await her snaps of her pristine home and the tips, cleaning products and recommendations that she gives.


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Sophie announced the news of her book on Twitter and fans are already excited.

Some are even calling for her to launch a book tour.

Mrs Hinch tweeted: "Hinchers I’m hoome. ​And I’m only releasing a book aren’t I! Can you even believe it." 

"Mate I can’t. Thank you so much to you all my #hinchers. Because without you all this would never have been possible."

The cleaning guide won't be on sale until April 4, 2019 but if you're a fan of the cleaning guru, you can preorder the book on Amazon.

The tips and tricks will set you back a modest £12.99, which is a price I'd be willing to pay in order to try and tidy up my sh*t – sorry mum.

We are delighted for Mrs Hinch and can't wait to see what cleaning treats she has in store for us.



With the nation gone crazy with Hinch Hauls and Hinching your homes, Charlene Flanagan otherwise known as Mrs.Jones has some top tips to declutter your makeup stash.

Charlene recommends doing this every six to 12 months, it not only will help keep your routine organised, your skin and brushes healthier, but you will more than likely start to use different products you completely forgot about you had which feels like you have a new makeup bag.

1. Beauty Bootcamp

Start by sorting your makeup into piles. Eg. lipsticks, palettes, pencils, samples etc. Once you see where everything is it’s easier to get rid of unwanted items and you are one step closer to decluttering your makeup stash.

2. Keep, Throw, Maybe

Now that you have organised the piles arrange them into Keep, Throw & Maybe piles.

Take into consideration that every product has an after open shelf life. Can you remember when you bought each product?

Did you know you should replace your mascara every three months!? Taking note of expiry dates will avoid nasty infections, breakouts, cracked lips etc. Be strong, be brutal!

Mrs. Jones’ Top Tip:  If you're really struggling with this task, book in a private one to one with a makeup artist who will guide you on what does and doesn’t suit you.

3. Separate your makeup bags

Separating your makeup bags into your everyday essential products and your going out/occasion wear products will not only simplify your routine but it will make getting out the door in the morning so much quicker.

Mrs. Jones’ Top Tip: Buy yourself clear makeup bags so you can easily see where everything is and also they can be easily wiped clean.

4. Keep your brushes squeaky clean

Your makeup brushes are a breeding ground for bacteria. It could be the cause of bumpy skin, blemish/acne prone skin, infections, etc.

Not only will you find your skin improved but your makeup will apply so much better and your brushes will last so much longer – if you don't want to get messy with your shampoo bottle, Ella & Jo have an UNREAL Squeaky Clean Brush Cleanser to keep your brush bristles pristine. 

5. Reward yourself for spring cleaning

Your reward of course is a little well deserved treat. Repurchase any products that have passed the expiry date/shelf life and treat yourself to some organising accessories e.g Clutterboxes, Drawer Separators, Lipstick Holders, Makeup Brush Holders. Do this after you have organised your stash so you know exactly what you need when it's all organised.



Move over beauty bloggers, there's a new gal in town. – and she's changing the Instagram landscape.

Mrs Hinch has one of the fastest growing pages on the social network site and it's not hard to see why.

On the first snoop, you might see a SPOTLESS home, but as you dig deeper into the page, you find the real reason for its popularity.


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Her Instagram stories are bursting with her cleaning regimes. – She takes a space and shows the process step by step, so you too can recreate a flawless living space.

Her 331K followers have now started to call themselves the 'Hinch Army' and use #HinchArmy to show off their results, thanks to Mrs Hinch's tips.

The woman behind the sparking floors and immaculate worktops is Sophie HinchCliffe from Essex in the UK. 


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The 28-year-old hairdresser explained how her Instagram is so much more than just cleaning. – and the reason we suspect that people are flocking to follow. 

"I'm a worrier and I struggle with anxiety. For me, to keep my mind off of what was worrying me would be to clean and organise something and love the end result," she said to Essex Live.

"It helps me control my panic attacks too. Since I've started the account others have messaged me saying I've changed their lives and helped them with their mental health which to me is simply amazing."

"I get thousands of messages each day like this." – Unreal, a tidy space helps to calm the ole noggin.


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If you want some top cleaning tips to get your space looking mighty fine, or if you're struggling with anxiety, this page could be a real relief. 

Either way, we've got serious house envy as her interior are ultimate goals.

Now, we are off to invest in a cleaning basket ~ happy cleaning.


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