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Mrs Hinch Proudly Shows Of Her Scars From Excess Skin Removal After Gastric Band

Mrs Hinch Proudly Shows Of Her Scars From Excess Skin Removal After Gastric Band

'We are all special in our own unique way.'

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

Mrs Hinch has proudly showed off her scars from excess skin removal after having a gastric band.

The internet cleaning sensation, 30, has always been honest with fans about her weight loss journey, sharing pictures from before her gastric band, and discussing the lifestyle changes she'd made.

But fans branded her an inspiration after she took to her Insta page to speak transparently about her excess skin removal this week, opening up about the £6,000 operation which helped her lose eight stone.

Taking to her Instagram stories, she said: "In all honesty, I also like this dress because it also covers my arms.

Mrs Hinch shared her scar on Instagram (
Instagram/ Mrs Hinch)

"Lots of you already know about this because it's written in my first book but I had surgery on my arms once so I of course have been left with scarring... but this dress makes me feel like my arms are covered."

The star - whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe - then zoomed in on her scar and revealed why she was sharing it on her feed.

"Maybe this is a strange picture but... THIS IS ME and I think it's so important for people to remember that everyone has their own story to tell," she said.

"We are all special in our own unique way."

Mrs Hinch shared the pictures when talking about her fave dress (
Instagram/ Mrs Hinch)

While she lost weight as a result of the gastric band, Sophie has previously revealed she regrets the operation, which she had aged 21.

Two years after she had the operation, she was admitted to hospital seeing as the band slipped and wedged in her oesophagus.

She was forced to have an emergency operation to move it back.

Speaking afterwards, she told the Mail on Sunday's You Magazine: "The surgery works for some people. But for me, if I had known the complications and the risks, I wouldn't have done it."

We love how Sophie shares everything with her fans. What a QUEEN.

Featured Image Credit: Mrs Hinch / Instagram

Topics: Mrs Hinch, Celebrity News