Mrs Hinch changes iconic Instagram profile picture for snap of new country home

Mrs Hinch has changed her iconic Instagram profile picture for a snap of her new sprawling five-bedroom countryside farmhouse.

The 31 year old, who announced on New Year's Day that she was moving from her Essex home which helped her rise to fame through her cleaning hacks, has changed the profile picture on her Instagram account, which has 4.2million followers, to a snap of her new abode.

Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hincliffe, has chosen a gorgeous autumnal picture of the new home, lovingly named Hinch Farm, which has a white exterior and is set in manicured gardens.

The cleaning sensation has a stunning lawn area framed by gorgeous orange and red bushes along with huge trees around the perimeter of the garden to offer privacy.

Sophie previously had a snap of her old house, before the extension, which captured her neat lawn area and driveway at the side of the home.

It comes after Mrs Hinch informed her followers on why she decided to leave what she’d previously thought was her forever home.

The influencer admitted that she didn’t think they’d ever leave their previous home, but chose to leave due to a 'privacy issue'.

Responding to Q&A on Instagram explaining the family’s decision, she penned: “I won’t go into too much detail because I wouldn’t want to give any satisfaction to the cruel person/people involved. But Jamie has wanted to move for a while due to a privacy issue which came about after we had extended the house.

“But I was such a mess because I didn’t want to move. I was crying to him, saying this is my home, I didn’t want to lose it. So I promised him I could fix it,” she continued.

Mrs Hinch then addressed the “weird basketball net looking trees” in the photo shared alongside the answer to the question, which she evidently put there in a bit to block peoples’ view.

She continued: “I really did try my best behind the scenes guys but it wasn’t enough in the end. Jamie was right… I was putting plasters over things and from that day I felt like I lost my home and I was in a really low place.

“But everything happens for a reason doesn’t it. I’m so so grateful for my life and wouldn’t change a thing but a lot goes on behind closed doors, and if only some people knew how much their selfish actions effects others. But they will not win!”

Mrs Hinch concluded: “I will always love this house, but I will make Hinch farm our forever home, where the boys will be so safe, and we will feel comfortable again.”

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