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Mrs Hinch has revealed that she didn't know she was pregnant until her mum spotted a clue on Instagram.
The 30 year old revealed she was expecting her second child with husband Jamie Hinchliffe on New Year's Day.
But she has now revealed that she hadn't realised she was pregnant until her mum noticed something peculiar on her Instagram feed.
Cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, is already mum to one year old son Ronnie.
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She said: 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…
"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'," she continued to tell Fabulous magazine.
Mrs Hinch also told the magazine she wishes she'd "got help sooner" after suffering terrible lows following the birth of her son Ronnie.
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She wrote in her 2020 memoir This Is Me: "I’d hesitate before labelling what I went through as postnatal depression, but I showed a lot of signs.
"I felt guilty for feeling so down when I should have been happy and grateful to have a healthy baby. Ronnie was a very much wanted baby, so why couldn’t I lift myself out of this lowness I was feeling?
"I found myself waking up with my stomach feeling like it had dropped. I couldn’t manage everyday routine. Ronnie started refusing milk and I told myself it was because I was feeding it to him. I looked in his eyes and felt I wasn’t making him happy. It broke my heart."
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She continued to tell Fabulous in her honest interview: "The amount of people who said they related to that chapter more than anything made me realise that I'm not a bad person for feeling what I felt.
"I'm not ashamed. So many people messaged me to say 'because of you I've contacted my GP' or 'after reading your book I got help and now I feel so happy in myself' which, for me, is unbelievable.
"With this baby, I'll be a lot more open from day one because my followers know now. They know exactly how it was and how I felt."
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