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Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, has been sharing more of her new farmhouse renovation project on Instagram.
The cleaning influencer and mum of two, 31,who also shared a clip of her ‘dirty dancing’ on the walls outside her new home , recently surprised fans with the newsshe’d soon be moving out of her now iconic grey and white-themed home .
The five-bedroom country house in Essex is a dream purchase for Sophie, which she had driven past and loved since the age of 11.
And in her latest update, she revealed her huge stable transformation, complete with signs from eBay adorned with the 'hilarious' names of her new horses: Roy, Raymond and Rodney.
In a montage showing work over the last six weeks, she shared before and after images of their new field shelter, which will be home to the three new additions to the family.
In one clip, Sophie’s father can be seen drilling the horses’ name signs to the outside wall of the shelter as her two year old son Ronnie watches on in wonder, followed by a photo of their dog, Henry, sitting and waiting patiently to go inside.
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"We are just loving these projects so much," she wrote to accompany another clip of her dad making a slow hay feeder for her sons to feed the horses.
"I screwed in 3 screws in total and then Dad took the drill off me," she later joked.
She also showed off some of her classic Mrs Hinch bargains, having made lead hooks for the boys to use using slices of wood and heart-shaped hooks from Amazon, as well as buying sturdy feed bins for the horses from B&M.
She later gave fans a more intimate look inside the field shelter, complete with a seat and table, and even a small shutter in the wall so she can "peep" through and check on the horses.
Sophie announced on New Year’s Day that they had bought their new home, Hinch Farm, to ‘write a new chapter’.
Accompanying a photo of her, husband Jamie, and sons Ronnie and Lennie holding their new house keys, she posted on Instagram: "It’s time to write a new chapter in our story. This still doesn’t feel real and we will never be able to thank you all enough because without our crazy little insta world this wouldn’t be happening I can’t wait to take you all along with us!! welcome to Hinch Farm everyone."
And in a Q&A shortly after the news, she revealed that Jamie had actually wanted to move house for a long time due to a privacy issue.
"I won’t go into too much detail because I wouldn’t want to give any satisfaction to the cruel person/people involved. But Jamie has wanted to move for a while due to a privacy issue which came about after we had extended the house," she wrote.
"But I was such a mess because I didn’t want to move. I was crying to him, saying this is my home, I didn’t want to lose it. So I promised him I could fix it."
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"I really did try my best behind the scenes guys but it wasn’t enough in the end," she continued.
"Jamie was right… I was putting plasters over things and from that day I felt like I lost my home and I was in a really low place.
"But everything happens for a reason doesn’t it. I’m so so grateful for my life and wouldn’t change a thing but a lot goes on behind closed doors, and if only some people knew how much their selfish actions effects others. But they will not win!"
She concluded: "I will always love this house, but I will make Hinch farm our forever home, where the boys will be so safe, and we will feel comfortable again."
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