What do some people expect of me? Mrs Hinch responds to rude troll

It's safe to say we all wish our homes were as clean as Mrs Hinch's. Her stunning pad has become one of the most famous homes on Instagram and we're not one bit surprised. The mum is always sharing the most beautiful snaps of her house with her 3.4 million followers, however, it can be hard to avoid the trolls when you have such a huge following.

The cleaning guru shared a rude message from one person who commented on her wardrobes, "I think your wardrobe would have been much better than this if I am honest with you."

Sophie shared the remark and asked, "What do some people expect of me?"

She later shared a photo on her feed and expressed her disappointment in the comment, "Following on from my DM I received about my wardrobe today (please see stories) I need to say this .... Believe it or not , I am the first person to look at my own grid and say “why the hell do I have 3.4 million followers”. I have absolutely no idea. It baffles me everyday!

"But why should I change my home into something I’m not , just to suit the size of my account? I refuse. Yes This is my lounge, I don’t have a ‘cinema room’ , I don’t have a walk in wardrobe, I don’t have a make up room BUT my dog does have his own bedroom...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"I sit my Mrs Hinch arse down here every night with all my Handsomes, blankets and waxmelts and I genuinely couldn’t be happier. We have absolutely everything we could ever need. So to all my fellow barg lovers and hinchers.... I bloody love ya!! stand proud, be you and all the effin best," she shared.

Her followers praised her for being so honest, "Your house is gorgeous but your personality shines a million times more - you honestly make me smile."

"You are who you are. You don’t have to justify yourself," another wrote.

One added, "Well said Sophie! Never change as you're a beautiful woman inside and out."

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