QUEEN of clean Mrs Hinch welcomed her second son, baby Lennie into the world back in May.
At the time, the influencer described how her heart was so full with the adorable addition to her family, but she didn't share the details of his delivery.
Yesterday, while giving the opportunity for her Instagram followers to "ask her anything" Sophie Hinchliffe gave the details of her birthing story, and it wasn't all smooth sailing.
She said that at some point, she intended to come back onto Instagram to give details of the full story but for now she would share a few key moments with fans.
The first incident she described with fans was when her waters broke all over the nurse who was helping her.
She said: "My pessary got stuck and after three nurses had tried they finally got it out and my waters then broke all over her uniform."
Mrs Hinch then explained that as things moved so quickly, she was unable to make it to the labour ward.
She said: "I ended up giving birth in a side room next to reception where partners weren't allowed."
That meant that for the majority of the process, her husband Jamie wasn't allowed to be by her side.
She said: "Jamie could hear me screaming his name from the corridor but wasn't allowed in until they realised I wasn't going to make it to the labour ward so they let him in.
"He only caught the last ten minutes of it all."
She also shared that she didn't have an epidural and endured the whole delivery with just gas an air.
She said: "I pushed Lennie out on all fours and found that it was more painful in that position than lying flat."
Mrs Hinch gave birth back in May.
Sharing the news with her 4.1 million fans, she wrote: "Hello Everyone. Jamie, Ronnie, Henry and I have a little someone to introduce to you. Born today, 22/05/21 at 12:56am, weighing 7lb 4 ounces, please meet Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe.
"I have absolutely no words to explain how I’m feeling right now guys but what I do know is that our hearts are so full.
"We are so very grateful and SO in love. Let the Adventures of Ron, Len & Hen begin.
"Thank you so so much for all of your beautiful well wishes and messages checking in on us.
"Your support and love means the world. Lots of love to every single one of you xxxx Jamie, your boys and I love you millions."
Back in May Mrs Hinch brought the newborn home from hospital and said her heart had "doubled in size".
Plus Mrs Hinch revealed the sweet reason behind her son’s name as she welcomed her second child, Lennie.
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