Mrs Hinch admits she’s finding breastfeeding ‘very hard’ after son Lennie’s birth

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Mrs Hinch has opened up about finding breastfeeding her baby son Lennie “very hard.” The cleaning influencer took to Instagram stories on Wednesday night to share her struggle in an update to fans.

“If I said breastfeeding was easy I would be lying. I’m actually finding it very hard but it’s getting a little easier every day,” the 31 year old star told fans while responding to questions.

Mrs Hinch – whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe – gave birth to her second son with husband Jamie, 41, just weeks ago. The couple already share son Ronnie, two, as well as their six-year-old cocker spaniel, Henry.

The star went on to explain that part of the problem is she that has a “blocked milk duct” but has found a warm flannel, electric toothbrush and massage on the area has helped.

Sophie also shared an update about little Lennie’s progress after having a visit from her health visitor.

She wrote: “We had a lovely visit from our midwife and health visitor. Heel prick is done (I hate that part) but Len is now 8lb! I just love knowing he’s gaining weight, it really settles my worries.

"I hope you’re all ok, we’re half way through the week already. Have a wonderful day everyone.”

The star has previously admitted that being mum to a newborn can be “scary”.

Mrs Hinch, who recentlyshared an adorable snap of her sons Ronnie and Lennie meeting for the first time, took to her Instagram stories to open up on how she's been finding motherhood since giving birth to her second child.

The cleaning guru posted a sweet snap of herself dressed in a grey vest as her little bundle of joy wore a white babygrow as he slept her chest.

Over this, the doting mum wrote: "I feel so whole I feel like this is what my life is for This is why I am her For my boys".

The TV personality went on to explain how terrifying it can be to love someone this much as she continued: "It can feel scary because the love is just so strong but as long as they're ok everything is ok #mumofboys," followed by a crying emoji.

Earlier in the day, Mrs Hinch shared an adorable video montage to celebrate one week since the birth of her second son.

The social media sensation packaged her favourite moments of the week together in the highly emotional black and white video.

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