Mrs. Hinch wows fans with unseen photos from her 30th birthday trip to Disneyland Paris

23 February 2020, 10:33 | Updated: 23 February 2020, 18:39

Mrs Hinch at Disney
Mrs Hinch at Disney. Picture: Instagram/Mrs Hinch

The cleaning sensation Sophie Hincliffe, aka Mrs Hinch, celebrated her 30th birthday at Disneyland Paris with family.

Mrs Hinch shared photos from her birthday trip to Disneyland, excitedly saying "it's my first birthday as a mummy.

In a series of Instagram stories she opened up to fans about their trip, answering questions about everything from what they did to how baby Ronnie enjoyed it.

"I am so so happy that I decided on Disneyland to celebrate turning 30," the influencer said.

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"I’ve woken up to pure magic every day. It’s like a dream being here! Seeing our Ronnie’s face light up every day is a feeling I can’t even explain! I can honestly put my hand on my heart and say I have my very own happily ever after!"

She said, "he loved seeing everything! The little boat rides were fab! Meeting all the characters, swimming, everything. He loved it."

Fans were curious about the family's getaway
Fans were curious about the family's getaway. Picture: Instagram/Mrs Hinch

She also admitted it was challenging travelling with a baby under one year, saying she was a "nervous wreck."

"Every time he cried I felt like I forgot what to do! Just because I was out of my home comforts."

She goes on to say, "My back was wet with sweat too because I was so anxious. So that was making me paranoid the train seat! But it was fin in the end. We got there and the relief to just sit on the hotel bed was amazing!"

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The family took the train to Disneyland
The family took the train to Disneyland. Picture: Instagram/Mrs Hinch

Mrs Hinch said they stayed at the five-star Disneyland Hotel, which is located in the park. She told her fans, "it's so magical inside."

Fans asked if she had early access to the park, curious about the photo she posted with Ronnie, which had no one in the background.

Mrs Hinch and her son Ronnie at Disney
Mrs Hinch and her son Ronnie at Disney. Picture: Instagram/Mrs Hinch

"No, I didn't have early access, private access or any special treatment, I would hate that!

"It was just before they were about to do the parade so its gets roped off. It's all about timing for the pics."

She says the cost is worth every penny
She says the cost is worth every penny. Picture: Instagram/Mrs Hinch

Discussing the cost she says she's "grateful I've been" and the trips need up costing "so much more than I thought it would be."

But she adds, "it's expensive to go and also not cheap when you get there. But hand on my heart it's worth every penny."