Mrs Hinch hits back at trolls commenting on her weight as she sticks middle finger up in defiant post

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After being trolled online, Mrs Hinch has responded to those questioning her weight and parenting skills.

The mum-of-one, who recently shared a quick and easy way to clean dog Henry's bed, took to her Instagram story to hit back at nasty trolls who have been criticising her.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, put up a snap of herself smiling and putting up her middle finger at the bullies.

"Do you know what guys … I NEVER do posts like this but now my book is out there I know you'll understand …," she wrote.

"So this is for all you online bullies out there pulling apart parents simply trying to do their best."

On top of her middle finger in the picture, the cleaning guru, 30, wrote a 'Bleep' with a pink background.

She also gave a few different examples of the cruel comments she's been receiving from trolls online.

"Wait until she has a baby the fat dog will be gone and it's bedroom," one comment said.

"She's piled on the weight! Fat soph is back," another horrible comment read.

"Her house will be a mess when the baby is here the stupid cow," a third said.

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Two other horrible trolls criticised that her baby couldn't walk and that they can't wait to watch her fail.

Mrs Hinch ended the post by wishing the trolls, "All the best."

Earlier this month, the influencer appeared on This Morning to speak to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about the release of her new book, This Is Me.

"There are so many highs and the positives far out way the negatives, but the dark side of it [fame] is really quite dark to the point that I was never ready for this and I'm still not," she admitted.

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When asked by Phil about her son Ronnie, one, being targeted by trolls also, the Instagram star got emotional and explained: "The thing is Phil, I don't really talk about it or address it on my channel or stories because I've always had it as a really light-hearted and fun place to be and I want everyone to be able to come on and switch off and laugh, even for a couple of seconds.

"But it has got to the point where I need to shine a light on the fact that people are going through this and people are meant to be so supportive and so kind to each other at the moment," she said.

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