Mrs Hinch has unveiled the front cover of her memoirs, which are titled This Is Me.
The cleaning influencer, who boasts 3.7 million followers, looked super glam as she clutched onto a spray bottle.
Stylist Natalie Read dressed her in a Princess-like grey gown with a semi-sheer bodice and floral appliqués.
Meanwhile, hair guru Carl Bembridge put waves in her locks and pulled them back off her face.
And celebrity makeup artist Mikey Phillips was on hand to give the Instagram star smokey eye make-up and bronzed skin.
Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hinchcliffe, looked chuffed with the finished look as she grinned widely towards the camera.
After getting the front cover sorted, Sophie was delighted to share the news with her fans.
She wrote: “Today has been amazing yet petrifying all in one guys but…
“This is Me. In our lounge, sat on our sofa, with my spray bottle, wearing THE dress I would wear to those big glam events that I’ve always politely declined because I’m too scared to bloody go.
“But who knows… Maybe one day I might turn up to the ball.
“But I need to say this… Thank you! “
Sophie added: “Thank you to you for making me feel comfortable to be me.
“Thank you for helping me feel proud of who I am… I have no idea how I ever got this lucky but I promise you I won’t ever take any of it for granted.
“I love you all and I will never stop being grateful.
“This is me! All the best, always. Soph (Mrs Hinch) xxx.”
Mrs Hinch’s post racked up 323,000 likes – and many took the time to leave positive comments.
One responder wrote: “Well done Soph! You should be super proud of yourself and you look absolutely beautiful.”
Another said: “So so so happy for you. All this could not happen to a nicer person.
“You have lifted me every day and I don’t think you realise how important you are in peoples lives.
“Enjoy this beautiful moment and sparkle like no other.”
And a third added: “So so proud of you! I cannot wait to read it.”
This is Me will be like no other book Mrs Hinch has released.
While Sophie is famed for her cleaning videos, she is preparing to reveal more about her life.
She fought back tears on her Instagram stories last week, revealing her account aims to be as “positive and upbeat as possible”.
But in doing so, she “doesn’t address the good and bad things out there because sometimes it’s uncomfortable”.
The influencer said: “I feel as though my followers deserve a bit more of what you’re asking for, which for some reason seems to be more about me, Sophie, and the life behind Mrs Hinch."
Sophie added: “I don’t address much on my stories because I don’t want to burden you all with it but it seems like now is the right time and the opportunity to put it all in one place and also the crazy conspiracy theories.
“I have been working on my very own memoir so thank you Penguin for given me the opportunity to be able to put everything in one place.
“The good, the bad, the amazingness and some of the dark lows that have come with this journey.”
We can’t wait to read it!
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