Mrs Hinch starstruck as Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague reposts her and praises organisational skills
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Mrs Hinch has been left starstruck after Molly-Mae Hague reposted her on Instagram.
The cleaning guru, who recently shared her fake tan sack hack for not getting it on the bed, had taken to the social media platform earlier in the day to tell her followers how she bought a set of IKEA drawers after seeing it on Molly-Mae's channel.
In a short clip, the 30 year old told her 3.7million followers: "Right guys I was watching @mollymaehague stories and she had these drawers from Ikea for her makeup and I thought OMG I'm gonna buy them too and have the same as Molly," [sic] followed by a monkey covering it's mouth emoji and a heart eyes emoji.
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She added: "I bought the organiser trays from @flyingtiger last year! Love that shop!" as she showed her fans how she puts her make-up away in a neat way.
Molly-Mae, 21, who recently went make-up free as she stepped out with a friend in Manchester, then took to her own Instagram stories to repost Mrs Hinch.
Over it, she wrote: "Now I just need to make mine as organised as yours," alongside a laughing emoji, a despair emoji and a white heart emoji.
Clearly awestruck by the act, Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, shared a selfie of herself in her signature grandmother filter.
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Over this, she wrote: "When Molly-Mae puts you on her story and you don't quite know what to do with yourself #thisisme," with two shocked emojis, one monkey covering it's eyes emoji and two laughing emojis.
It comes as Mrs Hinch recently made an emotional appearance on This Morning as she talked about the dark side of fame and cruel trolls.
The cleaning influencer, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, held back tears as she discussed the negative comments from trolls and particularly cruel messages about her baby son, Ronnie.
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Talking about shooting to fame, she said: “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.”
This Morning host Phillip Schofield went on to ask her about malicious trolls targeting her baby son Ronnie.
Tearing up, the mum-of-one replied: “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.
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“But it has got to the point where I need to shine a light on the fact that people are going though this and people are meant to be so supportive and so kind to each other at the moment."
Mrs Hinch added: “And the truth is, there’s a whole side to this social media, influencer world and public eye that is so scary and so daunting that I feel like it was time to speak up.
"I’ve never spoken up or addressed any of these theories or mad rumours, but I thought that it is time now.”
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