Mrs. Hinch’s dog looks amazing on show

Mrs. Hinch's dog looks amazing on show

Loose female viewers have been left in history After Mrs. Hinch’s dog made a surprise appearance on TV this morning (November 18).

Mrs. Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, is from Maldon. She shares invaluable cleaning tips and tricks to her 8.8 million followers and has become a social media influencer because of her skills.

Every day, Mrs. Hinch shares with her followers everything from life updates to cleaning tips and product recommendations.

Today, her stories show her attitude towards the popular ITV chat show Loose Woman.

Cleaning Queen appeared on the show to talk about her career and how she doesn’t want her son Ronnie to follow in her footsteps.

The audience was in ‘stitches’

But the interview, which was conducted by a video call, was not planned thanks to her pet Poon Henry.

Mrs. Hinch is used to speaking on TV so, to a degree, knows how to handle most situations on her own.

However, he wasn’t expecting Henry to attend the show this morning, let alone censor his screen when he decided to “show off his bits” on TV.

Viewers saw the funny side with Mrs. Hinch and she shared some reactions to her story.

One person wrote: “Don’t be shy, it gives everyone the laughter they need.”

While another wrote: “Henry L No Woman Woman Showing Her Christmas Bubbles, I Was Weak!”

Another wrote, “I liked it, it was in my stitches.”

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