SINCE welcoming two adorable baby boys last year, Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon have become fast friends.
Last year, the online cleaning sensation revealed that her Loose Women bestie notices whenever she's feeling down and brings her a McDonalds to cheer her up.
And earlier this week, the two mums had us in hysterics when they compared their privates to a "wind tunnel" and a "welly boot" in a candid chat about childbirth on Stacey's podcast Here We Go Again.
But in recent months, the BFFs have become so close that Stacey is starting to emulate her pal's interior, fashion and home organisation choices... that said, we find ourselves doing that anyway and Mrs Hinch isn't even our best friend. *sobs*
Here Fabulous Digital has taken a look at Stacey and Sophie's friendship and how the pair are slowly morphing into each other... #friendship goals.
Minimal grey interiors
Mrs Hinch is almost as famous for her immaculate home - full of grey furniture, plush throws and velvet details - as she is for her purse-friendly cleaning hacks.
The entire house follows a grey-and-white theme - including a sleek modern kitchen, a bright airy living room filled with mirrors and a statement grey velvet sofa as well as an enormous plush bed with crisp white sheets.
And it appears we're not the only ones who takes interior inspo from Mrs Hinch.
Since she became close with the Instagram star - who boasts over three millions followers - Stacey has bought the exact same crib Ronnie has for her son Rex.
What's more, the Loose Women panellist's spacious room is filled with fluffy grey beanbags (which wouldn't look out of place in her bestie's home) as well as an inviting grey sofa.
The star only renovated her living room last year - and it looks like the spitting image of Mrs Hinch's.
The mum-of-three also has a sleek grey kitchen we can only dream of, complete with a breakfast bar and pretty patterned tiles.
Just like Mrs Hinch likes to play music in the background of her cleaning Instagram stories, Stacey has filmed herself hoovering the living room to Like a Virgin by Madonna. What can we say, they're two girls after our own hearts.
But while Mrs Hinch likes to chat to her followers using Instagram's funny granny filter, Stacey isn't afraid to joke around on the platform while she does household chores.
But it's not just their interior choices where these two celebs share similarities - they both have incredibly similar sense of style too.
Her mane of long blonde hair is Mrs Hinch's signature style and the new mum loves nothing more than a pair of fake eyelashes to add an extra bit of glamour to her everyday look.
Although Stacey is now brunette, a few years back she could have passed for a Mrs Hinch lookalike when she was sporting wavy blonde locks.
In day-to-day life, the pair have mastered the art of a practical yet pretty mum wardrobe - featuring plenty over oversized jumpers, hoodies and leggings.
Naturally, Mrs Hinch has supported her pal by wearing Stacey's Primark collection - including her "Mother" jumper and T-shirts.
Sharing a screengrab from a Facetime call she had with her bestie, Stacey told her Instagram followers: "This makes me so happy that one of my best friends is wearing the jumper I made."
And naturally, the two proud mums have dressed their sons Ronnie and Rex up in matching "best friend" onesies too.
Envy-inducing tidy cupboards
Confession time: how many of us consider "tidying up" as "throwing everything in the messy drawer so it's hidden away"? Guilty as charged.
But not Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon - the two mums even have immaculate drawers and kitchen cupboards.
Similarly, Mrs Hinch's biggest fan Stacey has also been taking tips from her bestie and proudly showed off Rex's neat clothes drawer.
What's more, the mum-of-three also revealed that she's made amazing labels to categorise the jars in her kitchen cupboards - from bin bags to cat food.
The star later revealed that she'd gone the extra organisational mile to calm her anxiety - something Mrs Hinch struggled with in her early twenties.
Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital last year, Sophie said: "I've always been a worrier. But whenever I felt like I might have a panic attack, I would then get up and grab a cloth or a mop or a hoover and just start going."
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