STACEY Solomon has finally caught up with BFF Mrs Hinch after pining for her best mate during lockdown.
The 30-year-old presenter, 30, had previously opened up about missing her Essex pal after the coronavirus lockdown forced them apart.
But on Sunday, Mrs Hinch – whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe – popped over with her son Ronnie who recently turned one to have a play date with Stacey's son Rex, also one.
She brought a swag of pink cleaning goodies for her friend including sponges, dusting cloths and The Pink Stuff cleaning past all packed neatly into a matching pink container.
Stacey prepared her guest some fresh veggies including cucumber and peppers, cut into shapes resembling clothes hung on the washing line with pegs.
As the boys enjoyed their treat Mrs Hinch snuck up into Stacey's bedroom to prank the mum-of-three by messing up her immaculately made bed.
Stacey delights her fans almost every morning with a transformation pic of her bed before and after its made, complete with multiple throw pillows.
Mrs Hinch captioned the cheeky video: "Sorry Stace couldn't help myself."
The women and their two boys then headed out into the local woods and had hoped to let the toddlers play on a rope swing only to find it broken.
Instead they settled for a walk in the woods.
The best friends saw each other for the first time in months, but lockdown did not stop them from speaking to each other every day during lockdown.
Stacey made sure to call the cleaning sensation every night.
Taking to Instagram Stories last month, Stacey wrote: "@mrshinchhome SSSOOOOPPPHHHH why are all these fields making me miss you so much.
"FaceTime every night isn't enough anymore."
She signed off the post with a string of crying face emojis.
Fans were delighted when Stacey revealed her friendship with cleanfluencer Sophie Hinchliffe.
Earlier this year, Stacey was forced to hit back at trolls for trying to start a feud with her pal after she was accused of copying the cleaning guru.
Taking to Instagram to post a snap of the pair together, Stacey wrote: "When they try to pit you against each other but there’s no gaps here for your cruel wedges #friendsbeforebellends #taptotidy #hinching.
"Women supporting women is what it’s all about. Happy Sunday everyone."
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