Mrs Hinch fan spots big error on the cleaning star’s new wooden wall clock
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Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hinchcliffe, is quite the design guru.
The pregnant cleaning star lives in a gorgeous Essex home, alongside her baby son Ronnie and husband Jamie, as well as the family pooch Henry.
The whole space is expertly styled, with stylish interiors and a chic grey colour palette.
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Fans of Mrs Hinch are often able to copy her taste, as she frequently shares her shopping purchases with her four million followers.
But one of her recent buys wasn’t quite what it seemed.
On her Instagram Stories, Mrs Hunch shared her new wall clock from Studio.
Posting a snap of it, Sophie explained that she had recently replace her old one, writing: “So I returned the Dunelm clock guys because it didn’t match our landing! BUT I think I’ve finally found the perfect one!
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“I’ll put it up take a picture and show you”.
Many of Mrs Hinch’s fans loved the new clock too, and one woman rushed out to purchase the same one.
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However when she came home her husband pointed out a mistake in the clock, so she took to Facebook to ask fellow cleaning fans for advice.
She explained that she had “made a purchase” after “falling in love” with Mrs Hinch’s one.
She explained: ”I was so excited for it arrive today to be told by my hubby the Roman numerals for 4 are wrong.
"I just checked the pic I had screen shot and hers is also wrong, I wonder why the shop did this.
"Am I the only one that didn’t notice this on hers?"
Many were quick to comment, with one woman writing: "I’ve just looked at my clock that I bought from Dunelm years ago and it has IIII instead of IV too! I’ve never even noticed haha."
Another added: “Couldn't have that in my house! Stands out a mile."
While a third commented: "Hate when this happens. I've purposely not bought a clock I loved the style of because the "4" was wrong.”
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