Mrs Hinch left in tears over ‘war with neighbours’ that forced her to move

Cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch says she was left in tears after a privacy issue with her neighbours forced her and her little family to move house

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Mrs Hinch shows fans a glimpse of her favourite part of her new home

Mrs Hinch was left in tears as she claims she had a ‘war with neighbours’ – which forced her and husband Jamie to move out of their house.

The cleaning guru, 31, who shares two children with husband Jamie, has now purchased a five-bedroom secluded farmhouse after she fell out with residents in the area over privacy issues.

She posted a model of their stunning new house on social media, which she will move into with Jamie and their sons Ronnie and Lennie.

Essex beauty Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, explained to her fans that she never intended on moving out of her original home after eager fans started asking questions.

Mrs Hinch has moved into a farmhouse



“I won’t go into too much detail because I wouldn’t want to give any satisfaction to the cruel person people involved,” she wrote on Instagram.

“But Jamie has wanted to move for a while due to the privacy issue which came about after we had extended the house but I was in such a mess because I didn’t want to move.

“I was crying to him saying this is my home, I didn’t want to lose it.

She was forced to move out of her family home



“So I promised him I could fix it hence my weird to basketball net looking trees which you may have noticed on my stories at some points.”

She continued: “Also new panelled fencing with no holes and a crazy CCTV system. I really did my best behind-the-scenes guys but it wasn’t enough in the end.

“Jamie was right I was putting plasters over things and from that day I felt like I lost my home and I was in a really really low place. But everything happens for a reason doesn’t it.

Sophie Hinchcliffe



“I’m so so grateful for my life and wouldn’t change a thing but a lot goes on behind closed doors and if only some people knew how much their selfish actions affect others.

“But they will not win! I will always love this house but I will make Hinch farm our forever home where the boys will be so safe and we will feel comfortable again.”

Sophie announced the family were leaving their family home on social media.

It’s set to be an exciting start to the New Year for the family.

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