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Mrs Hinch showed her support for small businesses as she revealed an amazing mud kitchen she had bought for her son Ronnie.
The one year old tot looked delighted as he played around in the £175 bespoke outdoor toy kitchen in Mrs Hinch's newly transformed garden.
She decided to source a small business to make the mud kitchen for her and once she shared where it was from her "Hinch Army" promptly crashed the family run business' website with orders.
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The cleaning influencer, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, shared the adorable toy with her followers explaining that after she noticed Ronnie playing with a similar kitchen on their farm visits she had to have one.
Posting a clip of her son, who she shares with husband Jamie, playing around with crushed up Cheerios, the social media sensation explained where she got her own.
"So yesterday we had a very special delivery. Since visiting the farms I noticed Ronnie LOVED the mud kitchens. So I found a small business that makes them and bought one for him.
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"I filled it with blended Cheerios for now but as he gets a little older I can't wait to get the mud in there – and make mud pies.
"You can choose any colour. And what I love is they grow the kitchen so you can make the kitchen higher as it comes with extra wooden feet.
"So Chef Ronnie is in action and I can't wait for him to grow with it over the years. I wanted to share this with you all because Ronnie absolutely loves it guys and I think it's just beautiful."
Mrs Hinch had ordered her bespoke unit, in the colour seagrass, which is one of five options, from the company Lovely Little Mud Kitchens.
As soon as the cleaning sensation had posted where she had sourced it, their family run business was overloaded with orders from fellow parents keen to copy their idol.
They shared that their website had crashed due to an influx of orders, but were working through orders, later adding that due to high demand the bespoke kitchens would be handmade and ready by mid-August.
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On their Instagram page they shared a huge thank you to Mrs Hinch for ordering from them: "At the start of this journey I remember having a conversation with our very first raffle winner, we said how amazing it would be to see one of our kitchens in Mrs Hinch's garden, my reply "well we can all dream!"
"Well look what happened! We delivered a kitchen to THE HINCH HOUSEHOLD!! We can't actually believe it in all honesty. Such a gorgeous family, so welcoming and down to earth.
"We are just a regular family of 4, a tiny sized business and we are forever grateful that with such a huge platform, people like Sophie reach out to support small businesses, it means so much, more than she'll ever know!
"@mrshinchhome Thank you again Sophie & Jamie, we hope Ronnie loves his kitchen. You have made a small business dream come true."
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