Instagram cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch has shared her first picture of baby Ronnie.
Sophie Hinchliffe, 29, from Essex, who welcomed her first son with husband Jamie, on the 21st June, took to Instagram on Thursday to share a picture of the little baby, taken by professional photographer Chelsea White.
The social media star, who boasts two million followers on Instagram due to her savvy tidying tips, posted a black and white photo of the little boy, calling him her world.
The new mother accompanied the picture with an honest caption, admitting that she was ‘learning every day’, and finds some days ‘really scary’ – adding: ‘When he cries I feel like my heart is in my throat’.
Sophie Hinchliffe shared the adorable picture revealing her newborn son’s face for the first time, and called the baby boy ‘her world’
Posting the picture, Sophie wrote: ‘My Hinchers … Here he is … my world. Meet Baby Hinch. Our Ronnie.’
Acknowledging her recent self-imposed social media ban, she continued:’People may think this sounds silly but I never realised how much Instagram has become a huge part of my every day ‘Hinch life’ and it’s safe to say that I really miss you all.’
‘But it was definitely the right decision to have this little break and make the most of this time with my boys, and it really is so beautiful.’
The new mother also opened up about the challenges of motherhood, saying:’ I wanted to say that we all know our babies don’t come with an instruction manual, so I’m not afraid to admit that I am learning something new every single day and some days it can be really scary!
Mrs Hinch called the baby boy ‘my world’ as she addressed her 2.6 million followers to introduce them to her son
The cleaning sensation welcomed baby Ronnie on 21 June and broke the news to her 2.4 million followers with this adorable snapshot with her and husband Jamie
‘Sometimes when he cries I feel like my heart is in my throat. I keep waking up in the middle of the night just to check his chest. I check my bags and then check them again before we leave the house.’
Sophie went on to say that she had been ‘spoiling’ her dog Henry because she ‘didn’t want him feeling left out.’
She added: ‘My brain feels pretty exhausted at the moment but I wouldn’t have it any other way! So as much as I am living my own little real life dream right now and I feel so so blessed.
‘As a new mum it’s ok to admit to feeling a little bit scared and not getting everything right first time round. No one is perfect!
Last week Sophie Hinchliffe, 29, from Essex, who is known as ‘Mrs Hinch’ online shared the reality of being a new mother on Instagram and said she was missing her bump already
‘We are all simply trying to live the best lives we can. Obviously I’ve still been browsing insta here and there and it makes me SO happy to see you all Hinching away , tagging me , messaging me and keeping the fun going!
‘I know for sure now that with or without Mrs Hinch … my Hinchers keep on hinching!! And this makes me the happiest Hincher there is.
So to our darling son Ronnie, baby Hinch .. you have no idea how loved you are in this world already.
The snap racked up over 550,000 likes in a matter of hours, with This Morning and Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry among the followers congratulating her.
The cleaning sensation, who gave birth just over two weeks ago, told her 2 million followers on Instagram that motherhood was ‘amazing but scary’
This is not the first time Sophie has opened up about the ups and downs of being a new mother, and last week told fans that she was ‘missing her bump’ and would forever remember the feeling of pregnancy.
The cleaning sensation shared a clip of her running her hand over her stomach, writing: ‘Being a first time mother is amazing but scary too.’
‘I’ll forever remember that feeling of him kicking me at this time every night.’
She went on: ‘I miss my bump already but having him here has made my world complete.’
Cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, pictured on This Morning in April, opened up about her experience as a new mother online
The cleaning sensation also shared an adorable picture of her snuggling into little Ronnie, and called her baby ‘my whole world.’
Mrs Hinch has shot to fame over the past year, gaining an army of followers.
The savvy cleaning aficionado first started sharing tips to her account when her husband began renovating their Maldon home which they had bought two years previously.
Sophie’s easy tips and spotless grey interiors fascinated the nation and beyond, and she quickly began racking up followers across the globe- even winning a best-selling book deal.
Taking to her Instagram stories in June, Sophie shared a rare glimpse of the little boy’s head, admitting that she has ‘never felt a love like this’
In September the hairdresser, who married husband Jamie last summer, appeared on This Morning, showing her face for the first time after previously running her account anonymously.
Then on Christmas Day Sophie announced she was expecting her first child with husband Jamie, posting a picture by the Christmas tree as the happy couple showed their pet dog Henry a scan.
‘My hinchers,’ she wrote referring to her fan base. ‘ Mr Hinch and I have been keeping a little secret. All of our Christmas wishes have come true. Our mini Hinch will soon be due. Henry is going to be the best big brother ever!’