Mrs Hinch hits back after follower tells her she’s putting on weight with ‘s**t diet’

Mrs Hinch has responded to a follower who cruelly commented that she was “putting on weight” after she posted a cooking video on Instagram Stories.

Recognised for her quality cleaning, the 31-year-old also showed off her cooking skills as she filmed herself making a cheese spin wheel from scratch on Wednesday.

“You know those days where you just wanna stay indoors wearing massive thick socks with a tracksuit and eating cheese? It’s one of those days,” Mrs Hinch captioned a series of clips that finished with a tasty baked reveal.

It wasn’t long though before the social media star – whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe – received a hateful remark by a follower not impressed with her pastry dish, which she posted in a video later on.

"No wonder you are putting on weight eating all that s**t Hinch," it read.

Despite the nasty comment, Sophie added some light humour to the situation by addressing the follower as she filmed herself in a granny filter on Instagram complete with a roller set in her hair, titling the clip ‘Roller Rants’.

“I can assure you, the only thing s**t about the food I am eating is the chia seeds currently stuck in my teeth! Apart from that it's cracking. Idiot!' She captioned as she popped part of her cheese pastry into her mouth.

Sophie, who is mother to two sons Ronnie, 3, and Lennie, 7 months, has opened up before about her body insecurities in the past, opting for gastric band surgery when she was just 21-years-old.

As a teenager, the cleaning sensation felt insecure about her weight and underwent the procedure, however she was left with health complications due to the excess skin that was left over.

The gastric band slipped two years after the operation and became wedged in Sophie’s oesophagus forcing her to have an emergency operation.

“The surgery works for some people. But for me, if I had known the complications and risks, I wouldn't have done it,” she told Daily Mail about her experience back in July.

“Surgeons were able to move the band during an emergency operation. It no longer works but has not been removed.”

The mother-of-two discussed the problems she faced with her gastric band surgery in more detail in her book, Hinch Yourself Happy.

“I kept getting problems with excess skin. It was getting inflamed and blistering. It was painful,” she said.

"If I bought a size 10 or 12 top or jacket in a shop, it would fit me everywhere else but not the arms. I was smaller but I still couldn't buy clothes in the size I actually was.”

Sophie had her excess skin removed in 2016 to attempt to combat the issues, but she ended up getting a severe infection on her left arm causing both to swell up.

“They had to drain them urgently and blast the IV with antibiotics. I ended up staying in hospital for two weeks and I genuinely thought I was going to lose my left arm at one point,” she added in the book.

With all the body hook ups Sophie has faced in the past, she appears now thankfully to not let negative comments about her appearance get her down.

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