Now Mrs Hinch is expanding into CHILDREN's books

Now Mrs Hinch is expanding into CHILDREN’s books: Cleaning sensation unveils her latest business venture based on her family moving to their £1 million pad

  • Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, has penned a children’s book
  • Welcome to Hinch Farm is due for release on 2 February and is based on her life 
  • Follows her husband and children as they moved into their Hinch Farm home 
  • Read more: Mrs Hinch shares funny video of herself getting dragged by A COW

Cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch has revealed she is launching a children’s book based on her own family, in her latest business venture. 

The cleaning sensation – whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe – skyrocketed to prominence over the last few years thanks to her cleaning videos, amassing a total of 4.6 million followers.

Announcing the news last night on her page, she shared an adorable clip of her children Ron and Lennie upwrapping the children’s book, which she has called Welcome to Hinch Farm.

The £12.99 book, which is due for release on 2 February, is based on the family’s move to their home Hinch Farm in Essex, and looks to guide children through change and the worries and excitement which come with it. 

Cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch has revealed she is launching a children’s book based on her own family, in her latest business venture

Announcing the news online, Sophie wrote: ‘The Adventures of Ron, Len and Hen have begun.

‘This is by far the most sentimental and heart warming project I have ever ever had the joy of working on. My own Childrens book. 

‘My heart is literally bursting with pride.’

She continued: ‘A story I plan to hand down for many generations to come and one I know so many families will be able to relate to.

Announcing the news last night on her page, she shared an adorable clip of her children Ron and Lennie upwrapping the children’s book, which she has called Welcome to Hinch Farm

‘A book for us to read to our children and hopefully a book for our children to read to theirs.’

She added: ‘Our journey, which you have all been along with us for, for many years. A journey which my family and I have really lived is now a storybook for us to pass down. I am so so excited for this.

‘I hope you and your babies all love ‘Welcome To Hinch Farm’ as much as we loved creating it. We love you so much boys… forever.’

According to Amazon’s description of the tome it will follow change and how the Hinch brothers, and their dog Henry, adjust to it.

Sophie shared a clip of the book wrapped in Christmas paper and with a huge bow in a video on her Instagram 


In the clip, her two children could be seen unwrapping the gift before the trio sat down to read it together (left and right) 

The description states: ‘Change can be scary but with their family always by their side, the Hinch brothers can do anything!

‘The Hinch brothers, Ron, Len and Henry, love their home. It’s full of their toys, happy memories and their amazing Wendy house.

‘But, today’s moving day and as boxes pile up, the boys start to feel nervous. And when they get to the new house, things really don’t feel right…

‘Follow the Hinch brothers as they learn to love their new home – with a bit of help from Mum and Dad.

Announcing the news last night, Sophie said it was the ‘most sentimental and heart warming project she had ever had the joy of working on’ 

‘With gorgeous illustrations by Hannah George, this picture book is a reassuring story about change, and the excitement and worries that come with it.’    

While it is not known how much Sophie will have earnt for the publishing deal, she bagged a £1million deal with her first book Hinch Yourself Happy.

She has since released The Activity Journal, The Little Book Of Lists and her autobiography, This Is Me.

After launching her cleaning hacks online, Mrs Hinch amassed more than 1million followers in just three months.

The £12.99 book, which is due for release on 2 February, is based on the family’s move to their home Hinch Farm in Essex

Her move to Hinch Farm came in January 2022 after it was revealed this month that she has earned an eye-watering £1.5million in the last 12 months

Sophie can rake in up to almost £10,000 per sponsored post. 

As well as her home cleaning clips, Sophie also offers an insight into her family life with husband Jamie and their sons Ronnie and Lennie.

Her move to Hinch Farm came in January 2022 after it was revealed this month that she has earned an eye-watering £1.5million in the last 12 months.

Mrs Hinch has raked in a huge amount thanks to best-selling books, TV work and money-spinning social media plugs. 

Accounts filed to Companies House revealed that Mrs Hinch show that the social media sensation is sitting on cash reserves of £2.9million, according to The Sun.

The account shows a total value of £3.1million after debts, which is up from an already flush £1.5million from the year previous.  

Read more:

‘To see others have some relief in their life is the most incredible feeling’: Mrs Hinch gives £600K home away to family rent-free after moving into luxurious £1M Essex farmhouse 

Nice fry! Cleaning guru Mrs Hinch reveals her 16p air fryer hack that means she doesn’t have to wash it after every use 

‘So grateful I get to do it with a special friend!’: Stacey Solomon teams up with Mrs Hinch to film in Wales for the special episode of Sort Your Life Out 

Source: Read Full Article