Mrs Hinch just bought this duo stroller and highchair for her new baby – here’s where to buy them

The cleaning guru is preparing for the arrival of her second child

Sarah Young@sarah_j_young
Thursday 08 April 2021 14:00
<p>Get your hands on the exact same products used by the cleanfluencer</p>

Get your hands on the exact same products used by the cleanfluencer

Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, is best known for being a cleaning sensation on social media who regularly shares useful hacks with her 4 million followers.

But, aside from imparting wisdom on how to keep your home spick and span, the “cleanfluencer” has also been busy preparing for the arrival of her second child with her husband Jamie.

Over the past few months Mrs Hinch has been getting her home ready for the little one and she recently shared the latest baby buys she’s invested in, including a new pram and highchair.

Sharing a series of videos on Instagram, the 31-year-old said she is now part of the “double pram gang” as she showed off her new buggy, which comes with two seats: one for her one-year-old son Ronnie and the other for the new baby.

“This morning is exciting guys! Had the delivery of our final baby bits and I can’t wait to play with it all,” she penned, adding that the pram she chose is called the gazelle S stroller by Cybex.

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“I bought the gazelle S stroller because it’s double for the boys but can be single too and the reviews are absolutely amazing,” Mrs Hinch said. “I’ll share more on it once I’ve [practised] a bit more. It’s so light and easy to push, I’m so pleased and it comes with its own basket. What more do you need?”

Later, she also shared a clip of Jamie putting together a highchair for the new baby to match Ronnie’s: the Stokke tripp trapp.

“Ron has one of these and it’s just perfect! So I’ve bought one for baby Hinch number two,” she said. “The tripp trapp high chair can actually fit your child from birth to teens which is amazing! So now they’ll both have matching chairs.” Mrs Hinch also shared that she purchased both the stroller and highchair direct from Bababoom Boutique in Loughton.

If you’re interested in snapping up the exact same models as the cleanfluencer, you’re in luck, because we’ve tracked them down. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Cybex gazelle S stroller

This pushchair is ideal for growing families like Mrs Hinch’s, as it can be used as a single stroller or converted into a duo for twins or new arrivals.

It has up to 23 different combinations of seat units, including a full lie-flat position in most configurations, making the stroller ready for use from the very beginning of your family’s journey.

The design can be used from birth to around four years, and allows your little one to travel in comfort owing to its smooth front-wheel suspension and shock absorption system. The steering level can also be tailored to the height of the parent and the handlebar height can be easily adjusted with one hand.

Designed with ample storage space, it has an extra-large shopping basket that allows you to carry loads of up to 13kg, with another 10kg in a detachable shopping basket.

Buy now £569.95,

Stokke tripp trapp highchair

It’s not just Mrs Hinch that’s a fan of this particular chair – it’s also a hit with many other celebrities, including Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen and Vogue Williams, and it’s not hard to see why.

The tripp trapp has been designed to grow with your child, with adjustable seat and footplate positions, and eventually becomes a chair for adults too, meaning it can be passed between generations. It fits right up to your dining table and, when adjusted correctly, your child is ensured a comfortable and ergonomic position at any age.

It features a classic Scandinavian design and comes in a range of colours to suit all tastes.

Buy now £189,

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