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Mrs Hinch is the cleaning sensation who is expecting her second baby boy with husband Jamie Hincliffe.
And she has unveiled the finished nursery for her little one complete with a gorgeous felt mobile, rabbit-printed curtains and adorable wooden tie-backs.
Sophie, 31, who is also mum to one-year-old Ronnie, gave a tour to her four million Instagram followers of the space which she has decorated in neutral colours of oatmeal and white.
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Mrs Hinch described how she was “so excited for this” as she filmed her husband Jamie screwing the wooden cot together before she clicked her fingers to reveal the adorable baby bed.
The soon-to-be mum-of-two added a felt mobile with sweet animals which included a squirrel, rabbit and bird over the cot.
Panning to the rest of the cot, she revealed an animal-print blanket and adorable super-soft Jellycat bunnies placed next to a cushion embroidered with: “Baby Hinch.”
She also added warmth to the room by draping stunning rabbit-print curtains around the window in a tasteful oatmeal shade which she had accessorised with wooden tie-backs.
Meanwhile the couple have covered the wall behind the cot in a polka-dot print paper and matched the spots perfectly with the paint on the other side of the room.
Adding to the rabbit theme, Mrs Hinch added two wooden bunny figurines onto the windowsill before draping a faux plant over the ledge of a white radiator cover.
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Captioning the Instagram reel, she wrote: “Baby Hinch number two we are all ready for you! Not long now."
“Eek everything is becoming so real! I can’t wait for Ron to see his little brother in here. Hinch brothers.”
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