Mrs Hinch shows off massive Home Bargains haul with alphabet bath fizzers & Christmas tree decorations for just 99p each

IF you're a part of the Hinch army, you'll know that, like us, Mrs Hinch is a massive fan of Home Bargains.

So it's not surprising that the cleaning guru, 30,recently stocked up on a heap of goodies after visiting the purse-friendly store – proving it's never too early to make a start on Christmas.

The Essex based mum has been extremely busy this week promoting her new book This Is Me, but the social media star still made time for a sneaky shop.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, detailed her "Hinch Haul" on Instagram, sharing her new buys with her 3.7 million followers.

Among her new buys was an alphabet bath fizzer which she admitted to buying for her niece.

The bath fizzer is in the shape of a letter so perfect as a personalised gift – and at just 99p they're the perfect stocking filler.


But it seems Mrs Hinch is preparing for the cooler weather too and picked up a super cute fluffy hot water bottle for just £2.99.

She said: "I bought myself a little hot water bottle. It's really soft so I'm looking forward to using that tonight."

While the thought of cosying up was tempting enough, the mum-of-one seemed most excited about the Christmas decorations she bought – for a tiny 99p.

The bargain decorations are in the shape of an ice skating boot and match her all-grey home perfectly.

She said: "Christmas wise, look at these. Ice skating boots for the Christmas tree. I bought three of those."

And added: "I LOVE these.

Other shoppers have been raving about the bargain Christmas decoration in Home Bargains recently, admitting to stocking up in preparation for the holiday.

In other Mrs Hinch news, the cleaning guru revealed her Ikea hack for storing makeup.

And Mrs Hinch reveals the two £2.50 Primark products she swears by for her lips.

Plus we recently shared Mrs Hinch's easy fake tan hack to stop it staining your clean sheets orange – and it’s shockingly simple.

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