Inside Mrs Hinch’s wholesome family trip to the Lake District with husband and kids

Sophie Hinchliffe has shared a look inside her "breathtaking" family staycation to the Lake District.

Sophie, 33, who's best known by her online alias Mrs Hinch, headed up north with her husband Jamie, 41, and their two sons, Ronnie, four, and Lennie, two.

On Sunday, the cleaning influencer took to Instagram to share a look inside their family getaway with her 4.7million Instagram followers.

Sharing a video of Jamie and the boys running through an open green space, Sophie, who lives in Essex, gushed about their escape to the countryside.

She said: "The fresh air here was just another level. I've never smelt anything like it. What a place to experience."

In another snap, Ronnie and Lennie could be seen ringing the bell of a rustic tree house. The mum of two captioned the photo: "We explored the woods. The boys absolutely loved the tree house."

Next, the family of four took in the "breathtaking views" as they took a boat across the Lake Windemere, before going on to feed some geese once they were back on dry land.

Ronnie looked to have taken up a new hobby as Sophie revealed his favourite part of the holiday.

Sharing an adorable snap of him playing chess, she said: "Ron's favourite part of the trip however was the chess board. He absolutely loved lining up the chess pieces into the different squares.

"He asked if Father Christmas could please make him one for Christmas Day."

Sophie and Jamie moved into their dream home in Essex early in 2022, where they now live with their sons, dog Henry, three alpacas, and their chickens.

The cleaning influencer recently revealed that she wants "one more baby" with Jamie during a fan Q&A in August.

After a fan asked if she and husband of five years, Jamie were planning on expanding their brood – Sophie answered very honestly.

She said: "The answer to that is yes."

Sophie went on: "We would like one more – well, Jamie would like two and I was like 'no mate' – so one more would be lovely."

She continued: "But not right now," before explaining: "Ron's four and Len's two – all I can say is they just clash.

"They love each other, like when they get on, it's so nice but they just fight a lot, they argue a lot. They are so different yet so similar in some things so there's a lot of clashing."

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