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Mrs Hinch has left fans in shock as they have discovered her husband Jamie’s age.

Fans found out Sophie Hinchliffe’s husband Jamie is 41, which makes him 11 years her senior, after she opened up about the impact trolling has had on her mental health in an interview.

The 30 year old Instagram cleaning sensation took to her Instagram stories to clear up confusion after she received “so many messages” from baffled fans.

Speaking while in the car with her hubby, she told her 3.7million followers: “There has been so many messages saying: ‘Soph, is Jamie actually 41 or is it a misprint in the paper?’”

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Meanwhile Jamie can be heard joking in the background: “It’s a misprint!”

Mrs Hinch then continues: “He is 41, guys, he’s 11 years older than me.”

Jamie then added: “It’s a misprint, guys, they’re changing it!”

As Sophie laughed she reassured her hubby: “They say you look good for 41.”

Jamie quipped: “I look good for 31” as Mrs Hinch told her fans through her teeth: “He’s 41!”

She then wrote on top of the clip: “You’re all saying he looks good for 41, I can’t stop laughing” followed by a laughing face emoji.

Sophie added: “I can confirm it’s true! Im fact he’s 42 next month” [sic] followed by a winking emoji.

It comes after Sophie revealed she has been forced to call the police in the past due to threats from vile trolls.

Speaking to Daily Mail’s You Magazine, she said: “They message saying, ‘Your baby should be moving more, he should have more teeth.’ They’re even horrible about my dog! It turns my gut and takes my breath away; it makes me want to scream and cry.

“I know I should ignore them, but when you get told the same thing over and over again – ‘Your voice is horrendous’, ‘Your face is wonky’, ‘Your hands are disgusting’ – there’s only so many times you can ignore it without wondering if it’s true.

“So I look at my hands and think, ‘Maybe people don’t want to see them,’ and put on rubber gloves when I don’t need to.”

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Sophie has also received threatening messages, meaning that the police have had to get involved at times.

She explained: “That’s so I feel safe.”

The attacks on Sophie have even lead to her having panic attacks, one of which happened at Christmas after trolls sent her vile messages in response to her wrapping her son Ronnie’s presents.

he said: “I was hysterical, struggling to breathe – it felt like I was dying. Everything was whizzing past at 1,000 miles an hour.”

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