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Mrs Hinch recalls single message from stranger uncovered her son's diagnosis

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Sophie Hinchcliffe, best known as Mrs Hinch, has recalled the exact moment she discovered her son has autism - and it came from a message from a stranger on social media.

On World Autism Awareness Day on Tuesday (April 2) the cleaning influencer shared a selection of snaps and videos of her eldest son Ronnie, four, to Instagram.

The first sweet snap saw Ronnie planting a kiss on his, whilst in the second he was shown as a tiny baby with his mum sleeping next to him.

Sophie then shared other snaps of her son from throughout his four short years as well as an emotional video of Ronnie telling his mum he love her as she accompanied her doing her makeupas before she wrote to her fans and followers: "I’ll never forget the exact message I randomly landed on from one of my followers back in 2020, when Ron was just 15 months old..." READ MORE: Gemma Atkinson flooded with 'insane' comments as she shares relatable holiday update Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link The mum-of-two, who also shares younger son Lennie, two, with husband Jamie, then revealed the message as saying: "Mrs Hinch, welcome to the world of autism.

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