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Mrs Hinch fans got excited today as they thought the pregnant cleaning guru revealed the gender of her baby on Instagram.
The social media star, who announced she was pregnant with her second child last Friday (January 2), caused a stir as she took to her Instagram story today.
The blonde beauty, who's real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, shared a video clip which saw her husband Jamie, a.k.a. Mr Hinch, dismantling a bed.
She captioned it: "Right, let's get started because I'm getting itchy feet.
"First step: Dismantle the bed ready for her new home next week!"
She then added: "The emptier the room gets, the more excited I get."
However it seems some fans thought that when she said "she" she was referring to her unborn baby – revealing it to be a girl.
Mrs Hinch, one is mum to one-year-old Ronnie, then shared another video to clarify that she was actually talking about the bed.
She said: "Sorry guys, when I said 'Ready for her new home next week' I meant the bed," as she giggled.
The star added: "She goes to my best friend's house next week… I love that bed.
"So yeah, that wasn't my gender reveal. I honestly don't know what I'm having just yet, I'll find out soon."
Sophie then said she'd been asked a lot what she would choose if she had a choice of a boy or girl.
She continued: "Hand on heart, either way… to have a brother for Ron would be unbelievable, they'd be close in age. It would be amazing for Ron.
"But then to have one of each is just perfect, so either way I'm just very grateful, very blessed and I can't wait to find out.
"It's really hard not to find out, I'm trying my best."
Mrs Hinch revealed she was pregnant on Instagram last Friday (January 2).
The mum shared a snap of Ronnie sitting in front of the Christmas tree with a big grin on his face.
He could be seen holding up a sign that read: "New year's resolution: be the best big brother 2021."
Sophie and Jamie have been married since 2018 and met when they worked together in sales for a central London job-search company.
- Mrs Hinch
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