MRS Hinch has shared a cute baby picture with her cousins – and fans are amazed at how much she looks like Ronnie.
Cleanfluencer Sophie Hinchliffe, 30, said her mum brought the snaps round to "cheer her up", as Britain went into lockdown this week due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Posting on her Instagram stories last night, Sophie, who lives in Essex, said: "Mum brought round some old photos for us all to look through and cheer us up!
"I really recommend you do this at some guys it really made me smile. This is a pic of me and my two cousins! But can you guess which one is me?"
She then shared a snap of nine-month-old Ronnie, grinning in his little baby seat, captioned "our little love".
And Mrs Hinch was overwhelmed with response, admitting some 23,000 fans replied – and nearly all of them got it right.
In an emotional video, with her favourite 'Gretel' old lady filter, Sophie said: "That photo that I've uploaded of me and my cousins and said 'which one's me?' so far I've had about 23,000 of you reply, I think it's been on about an hour or two hours, and every single one I've seen you have been right.
"I am the one on the left. But isn't it strange how, even though I've not met any of you, I can have conversations with you like I have conversations with my friends.
"Does this make sense? You've all watched Ronnie and you're like 'Soph, Ronnie pulls that face!' And I'm like 'yeah he does'.
"Ain't it mad? Isn't this world mad? So I guess the point I'm trying to make is that Instagram can be so amazing.
"It has its ups and downs don't get me wrong, but how amazing is it to feel like we have friends? Is that a really pathetic thing to say?"
Sophie, who's currently recovering from a bruised coccyx, added: "Maybe I'm completely losing the plot with all the painkillers so I'll go now, but just thanks.
"Just thank you for being there I guess, watching Ronnie and watching everything. Thanks for being my friends."
Ronnie has become a bit of a social media star in recent months – thanks to his adorable friendship with Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash's son Rex, 10 months.
Yesterday, we revealed how Mrs Hinch’s favourite disinfectant Zoflora could help kill coronavirus in your home.
While the mum threw an epic girly sleepover for her niece with teepee beds, fairy lights and sweets.
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