IT'S safe to say it's been an emotional week for our favourite "cleanfluencer" Mrs Hinch.
On Monday night, the Instagram star broke down in tears after cruel trolls sent her messages calling her three-month-old son Ronnie "ugly as f***."
Sharing an emotional clip with her 2.7m followers on Monday night, Mrs Hinch - whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe - said: "Maybe I was stupid to think that no one would ever be so nasty about a baby, like who does that?
"I buy cleaning products, I clean. I'm not hurting anyone. No one deserves stuff like that. It's just an innocent little baby, my little boy."
But after receiving thousands of messages from fans on social media, the new mum said she had "no words to express how grateful" she was for the support.
In a separate Instagram story, the star wrote: "The pictures, the tags, the messages and the hashtags you have all created has been incredible. So... thank you, from the bottom of my heart thank you."
The mum then went on to say that she hopes her experience will encourage other victims to "speak up" as trolls' "behaviour says everything about them."
She signed off the heartfelt message: "Have cosy evening and I'll speak to you all soon. Love from me and my BEAUTIFUL PERFECT HANDSOME baby boy."
And last night, the star paid tribute to her three-month-old son as she filmed herself adding to his memory book.
She captioned the video clips: "Who remembers my baby memory book? I've spent evening updating it whilst Ronnie is sleeping... I'm so blessed to have him."
The pages of Ronnie's book are filled with the star's six week and 12 week scan ultrasounds as well as an NHS pamphlet for Mid Essex hospital and photos of the couple's dog Henry meeting their son for the first time.
With the Fleetwood Mac track Songbird playing in the background, the star also included newspaper cuttings since she shot to fame last year and joked about not knowing how she would explain her "Hinch Army" to her son one day.
The star also flicked through pages of pictures of her mother helping out with Ronnie and added: "We love you Nanny. She never left my side. Family is all you need in life... trust me."
The star later confessed that the experience had left her "in tears" as she looked back at early photos of her young son.
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