Mrs Hinch has revealed one of the first rooms she plans to makeover in her new family home – and her sons are going to love it. The influencer shared a look at a huge space she plans to turn into a playroom for Ronnie, two, and Lennie, seven months, on Instagram Stories, telling fans she "can't wait" to get started.
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Sharing a photo of Ronnie exploring a large room with vertical windows, spotlights in the ceilings and cream carpets, Sophie explained: "Hinch playroom to be. I can't wait to do this project! This will be one of the first rooms we tackle!
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"It's a beautiful space for the boys and I love the vertical windows."
However, her husband Jamie may have had other ideas of how the room could be used, as Sophie admitted he was disappointed it was going to become a playroom. "This used to be a snooker room… Jamie was slightly disappointed," she added.
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Mrs Hinch shared a look at what will be her sons' playroom
The room certainly has incredible potential to become a playroom for Sophie's children, with plenty of floor space for toys, games and activities.
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It is one of a number of projects Sophie has planned for her new home, as she is also going to create a utility room, and told fans: "I can't explain how excited I am for this."
The 32-year-old revealed at the weekend that she had bought a new family home, called 'Hinch Farm', and has since been keeping her followers up-to-date with all of their plans for their renovation and move from their current home nearby, which a family member will be moving into.
Sophie and her family are preparing to move to 'Hinch Farm'
It appears her children are already enjoying exploring their new surroundings, and Sophie shared a sweet photo of them together in the garden, writing: "Welcome home little ones. I really do feel like Ronnie Lennie & Henry love it here already, and they know it's home, or maybe I've just lost the plot."
She continued: "I'm just so excited to watch them grow up here, to get muddy, go on the ride on mower, care for animals, and just run free until they crash out together. Thank you for so many kind messages, it's been a bit of a whirlwind the past few months but now I finally feel so excited to start this new chapter. Thank you so much from my family and I. Hinch Farm let's go."
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