MRS Hinch has revealed that her heart has "doubled in size" after returning home from hospital with her newborn son Lennie.
The cleaning influencer, 31, gave birth to her second baby on Saturday, a little boy named Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe,and took to Instagram to share the news with her fans.
Now four days later, Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, has returned to her Essex-home where baby Lennie will finally get to meet his big brother Ronnie, who is almost two.
The newborn will also meet Henry, the family pooch who Sophie considers another brother for her two sons.
The social media star shared a sweet clip of her sleeping baby and gushed that her "heart has doubled in size" as she held him in her arms.
She wrote: "We are home guys. I can't wait to show you Ron Len and Hen meeting for the first time…
"My heart has doubled in size. Thank you for so many amazing messages. We love you all!"
The mum-of-two also shared a sweet snap of little Lennie snoozing with a blanket draped over his body.
"Hello world. Sending love to you all," she wrote.
And quoted: "Sit back, relax and take in every moment. You will only live this day once."
On Monday, the proud new mum shared the meaning behind her newborn son’s name – and her fans agree it’s super cute.
Her fans wanted to know why she’d chosen the name Lennie Alan James, and she explained each of them in detail.
She explained: “Both me and Jamie loved the fact that Lennie rhymes with Ronnie but also when shortened to Len rhymes with Hen."
Hen is, of course, is short for Henry, the adorable family dog, while Alan is "my dad's name," Sophie revealed.
She explained that James is actually Jamie's real name and they wanted little Lennie to share his dad's name – just like his big brother Ronnie whose middle name is also James.
She explained: “On his birth certificate he is officially James so we wanted both our boys to have James.”
Mrs Hinch shared the news of her son's birth on Saturday with a candid snap of her holding the newborn just hours after he was born.
The proud mum announced that Lennie was born in the early hours of Sunday morning, as she shared the news in the evening.
Sharing the news with her 4.1 million fans, she wrote: "Hello Everyone. Jamie, Ronnie, Henry and I have a little someone to introduce to you.Born today, 22/05/21 at 12:56am, weighing 7lb 4 ounces, please meet Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe.
"I have absolutely no words to explain how I’m feeling right now guys but what I do know is that our hearts are so full.
"We are so very grateful and SO in love. Let the Adventures of Ron, Len & Hen begin.
"Thank you so so much for all of your beautiful well wishes and messages checking in on us.
"Your support and love means the world. Lots of love to every single one of you xxxx Jamie, your boys and I love you millions."
Mrs Hinch,posted three photos to mark the occasion and to introduce her son Lennie to the world.
In addition the sweet snap which showed her cradling her newborn, the other two showed the tiny bub sleeping in his mum's arms.
The star's famous pals were quick to congratulate Sophie and Jamie for becoming parents for a second time.
Close friend Stacey Solomon gushed: "I love you all to the moon and back forever and ever. Lennie"
While Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague penned: "What a beautiful little boy. Congratulations."
After announcing the birth of her new baby, the proud mum-of-two later shared a series of clips on her Instagram Stories which detail her time in hospital in the lead up to the birth.
Mrs Hinch signed off Instagram last week as she prepared for the birth of her son after hitting the 40-week mark.
Sophie announced her pregnancy in a sweet Instagram post on New Year's Day.
The mum-of-two posted a snap of her son Ronnie holding a sign which read, "New Year's resolution – be the best big brother. 2021."
She also posted another photo of herself and husband Jamie cradling her little bump while holding ultrasound photos.
On her Instagram story at the time, Mrs Hinch added that she was "crying and shaking so much right now" after sharing the joyful news with fans.
The "cleanfluencer" revealed that she didn't know she was expecting at the time and that it was her mum who'd picked it and told her to do a pregnancy test.
At the time, Sophie told Fabulous: "It's all been quite a shock because it happened sooner than we expected it to and so I was already a couple of months' gone by the time we found out.
"Just like last time, it was my mum who noticed. She was watching my Insta Stories and said: "Soph, go and do a pregnancy test… there's something there."
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"I was like: 'Oh gosh, Mum, not again!' But yep, she was absolutely right."
Mrs Hinch has also kept her fans updated throughout her pregnancy, and in February, revealed that she wasn't sleeping as baby number two was "kicking her to death"
In an exclusive interview with Fabulous Digital in 2018, Mrs Hinch revealed that she first met her husband Jamie while they were both working in sales.
They went on to marry in 2018 and the following year, in 2019, they welcomed their first child together, Ronnie.
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