Mrs Hinch was left fuming as she revealed she couldn't get to sleep because of the sound of her husband Jamie's snoring.

Taking to her Instagram Story in the early hours of Tuesday, 9 November, the 31 year old advised her followers to turn the sound on so that they could hear what she was dealing with.

Revealing it was 1.24 am, the cleaning guru, who recently hit back at a troll who weight-shamed her, wrote: "I can't deal with the snoring.

"He sounds like some sort of moving tank," Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie, captioned the clip in which she sported hair rollers and a filter atop her face.


She told her followers she was pondering three things to help her fall asleep.

The first was to "roll over", the second to "knee him in the a**", and the third for him to just "shut up and get out".

Mrs Hinch, who is mother to two sons Ronnie, three, and Lennie, seven months, added: "Anyways good night everyone just a bit of reality for ya. Love from me and this tank."

The social media star shared an update hours later, as she wrote: "Your messages this morning about snoring partners are giving me life.

"Thank you for always being here, no matter what the hour!"

She went on to reveal she only had "two hours of sleep".

"I've not got to get Ronnie ready and into nursery, feed and dress Lennie! And then get myself looking presentable because I'm live on global heart radio at 8am.

"Help me," she concluded the post with a set of crying with laughter emojis.

This comes after Mrs Hinch responded to a follower who cruelly commented that she was "putting on weight" after posting a video of her making a cheese spin wheel.

"No wonder you are putting on weight eating all that s**t Hinch," a troll left a hateful comment to her.

Mrs Hinch responded, writing: "I can assure you, the only thing s**t about the food I am eating is the chia seeds currently stuck in my teeth! Apart from that it's cracking. Idiot!"

Sophie has opened up before about her body insecurities in the past, opting for gastric band surgery when she was just 21-years-old.

However, she was left with health complications due to the excess skin that was leftover.

The gastric band slipped two years after the operation and became wedged in Sophie's oesophagus, forcing her to have an emergency operation.

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