Entertainment Mrs Hinch reveals her second pregnancy is much easier than her first
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Mrs Hinch has revealed her second pregnancy has been much easier than her first, which left her in and out of hospital before she welcomed her son Ronnie, 20 months.
The influencer, 30, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, is expecting her second child with husband Jamie and said she is 'grateful' she is enjoying this pregnancy.
Speaking tomagazine, she said: 'With Ron it almost got to the point where I was in hospital more than I wasn't.
'So I'm just so grateful for a pregnancy that I'm quite enjoying, instead of being in a lot of pain and worrying all the time.'
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However, the social media star admitted she still has concerns around the Covid pandemic but does feel the 'vibe' of her second pregnancy is different.
She wrote: 'Obviously I'm worrying about different things, like Covid, and the vibe is very different this time understandably, but generally I can't complain one little bit.'
Sophie suffered a series of painful attacks in her back and groin while pregnant with Ronnie which eventually caused her to collapse and be rushed to hospital.
The star also had emergency surgery at seven months pregnant to move her inactive but displaced gastric band which had been causing a blockage.
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Sophie explained she is now being monitored closely by doctors to ensure the same thing doesn't happen again.
Sophie has a blood disorder which makes her prone to clotting which she admitted she is concerned about, but added: 'you learn to live with it'.
The cleaning sensation previously discussed her emotional struggles after giving birth to Ronnie in her autobiography This Is Me.
The star said she found herself questioning her abilities as a mother and was in a general state of despair, although she did not label it postnatal depression.
Sophie told the publication she now wishes she had got help sooner but added that a 'weight' was lifted by sharing her story.
The influencer added she plans on being a lot more open with her followers when her next child is born.
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Sophie explained she is still on antidepressants and NHS doctors are watching closely to make sure everything is 'balanced'.
Sophie boasts over 4million followers on Instagram and the success of her account means she now has two phones, one for her personal life and the other for running her influencer business.
The Essex native has had to deal with trolls in the past and previously revealed she went on antidepressants last year while struggling to cope with the abuse.
However, she now tries to focus on the positive messages her fans send her, which far outweigh any negative comments.
Sophie admitted she has barely left the house during lockdown and Covid restrictions have meant her husband Jamie was only able to accompany her to one doctors appointment during her pregnancy.
The star announced she was expecting her second child with a heartwarming post on New Year's Day.
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She penned: 'It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest stars ✨ Baby Hinch Number 2, We can’t wait to finally meet you ❤️.
'Happy New Year everyone... from our little family to yours... We hope your 2021 is filled with hope, health and happiness. We love you all.'
The star looked radiant as she shared a first glimpse at her blossoming bump under doting Jamie's hand in the sweet post.
However it was Ronnie who stole the show as he sat grinning in front of the perfectly decorated Christmas tree holding a sign board.
It read: 'New Year's Resolution. Be the best big brother. 2021'.
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