Mr Hinch says ‘privacy issues’ weren’t with neighbours and shares reasons for move
Mrs Hinch's husband has revealed his and his cleaning guru wife Sophie Hinchcliffe's "privacy issues" were not with their neighbours.
Jamie, 39, and Sophie, 31, who are parents to kids Ronnie and Lennie, announced on New Year's Day that they are set to move out of their Essex-based home and into a country farm mansion.
During their announcement, Sophie mentioned they had experienced "privacy issues" – which was reported to be with their neighbours – and she was sure she would be able to "fix" it.
Having established that the problem was not going to go away, the family unit decided to move house.
Now, Sophie's husband Jamie has taken to his Instagram account to address the reasons behind their move during a Q&A session with his 805,000 followers.
He started the segment by explaining: "I'm wide awake so … why not It's been a while!" followed by a question box that said: "Q&A time Ask me anything".
"Did you wanna move?" I read that you fell out with your neighbours?" one person quizzed.
Mr Hinch, whose other half recently gave a glimpse of the handmade additions to their home, replied: "Most popular question so .. Yes I've wanted to move for a long time. However Soph wanted to stay and of course I respected that
"We did have privacy issues yea , that is correct. And my instant reaction was to move as Im sure many would be the same".
He went on to insist that their issues were not with their neighbours and actually they get on with them very well.
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Mr Hinch continued: "However not once did we mention the word 'neighbours'. Our neighbours are in fact incredible, they have been since day one.
"So much so they give us the heads up when unwelcomed tabloid journalists turn up at their doors or try to peek into our garden to see what Soph is doing," followed by an angry face emoji.
He went on: "Invasion of privacy in my opinion is disgusting and I do not understand how they sleep at night," with a raised eyebrow emoji.
Jamie, whose wife recently showed off their huge utility room in their new home, added: "(I wonder if this response will be in those particular papers tomorrow I'm guessing no)," followed by a thinking emoji.
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