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Mrs Hinch Shares Insight Into Dramatic Birthing Story

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Mrs Hinch Shares Insight Into Dramatic Birthing Story

Weeks after welcoming her second son Lennie Alan James, cleaning guru Mrs Hinch has revealed further details about the birth.

A fan on Instagram asked the social media star, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, about Lennie's birth including the moment her waters broke and not making it to the labour ward in time.

Mrs Hinch, 31, began by revealing what happened when her waters broke. "My pessary got stuck and after 3 nurses had tried they finally got it out and my waters then broke all over her uniform."

Mrs Hinch responded to a fan on Instagram (Credit: Mrshinchhome/Instagram)
Mrs Hinch responded to a fan on Instagram (Credit: Mrshinchhome/Instagram)
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A pessary - which can look a bit like a small tampon - is sometimes used in labour to bring on contractions.

She continued: "I didn't make it to the labour ward, I ended up giving birth in a side room next to reception where partners weren't allowed.

"Jamie could hear me screaming his name from the corridor but wasn't allowed in until they then realised I wasn't going to make it to the labour ward so they let him in, he only caught the last 10 minutes of it all."

Then Mrs Hinch described giving birth to Lennie, adding: "I pushed Lennie out on all fours and found that it was more painful in that position than lying flat."

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Mrs Hinch gave birth to her second son Lennie in May (Credit: Mrshinchome/Instagram)
Mrs Hinch gave birth to her second son Lennie in May (Credit: Mrshinchome/Instagram)

She finished by revealing she had gas and air to help relieve the pain from the birth.

The queen of clean has kept her followers up-to-date with Lennie with adorable pictures and updates including her husband Jamie and Lennie's big brother Ronnie, five.

She previously told fans that she "screamed the hospital down" when giving birth to Lennie.

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Earlier this month she took to Instagram to speak about her blocked milk duct.

"Good evening everyone...," she said in an Instagram story, alongside a picture of herself hugging her little boy.

"Our Ron & Len are fast asleep and Henry is napping on the sofa. So I just wanted to say hello. Truth is I've managed absolutely nothing this week guys.

Baby Lennie with big brother Ronnie (Credit: Mrshinchome/Instagram)
Baby Lennie with big brother Ronnie (Credit: Mrshinchome/Instagram)
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"I've spent every day feeding and being with my boys. I'm on day 8 of breastfeeding but I have blocked milk duct so I feel frustrated with myself.

"So a quick reminder for us all that "our best is enough and will ALWAYS be enough".

A blocked milk duct often presents as a small, tender lump in your breast, and comes as a consequence of the breast segments not draining properly after a feed.

If you have been affected by this story or wish to speak to someone about your own experience, please contact The Birth Trauma Association.

Featured Image Credit: Mrs Hinch - Instagram

Topics: News, Celebrity News, Parenting

Gregory Robinson
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