Instagram sensation Mrs Hinch rose to fame for her amazing cleaning hacks.
The mum-of-one now has an army of 2.9 million Instagram followers who use her platform to get advice on the latest cleaning products and tidying tips.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, recently shared both a curtain hack using empty toilet rolls and a cleaning tip for a sparkling sink.
But it's her Christmas tree hack fans will be most excited about as the festive period gets underway.
On Dec 1, Mrs Hinch revealed she'd put her Christmas tree up and explained to followers that it was the same tree she had used in 2018.
Posting a picture on Instagram, she wrote: "And our tree is up guys. Our first Christmas as a family of four and I couldn’t feel any warmer inside right now.
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"It’s the same Xmas tree I had last year, same baubles too but I added some more of course.
"Have a beautiful evening, and happy 1st of December love from me and mine."
The tree looked incredible, and those looking to achieve a similar look might want to take note of Mrs Hinch's clever trick from last year.
While decorating her tree in 2018, Mrs Hinch shared a hack for hiding the strings on baubles.
Speaking in the video above, she revealed she used a spray can of fake snow and said: "These little parts where you can see where the baubles are attached, I just put a bit of snow over it."
She also shared a titbit of advice for enjoying the festivities.
She told her followers: "Remember everyone's tree is to their own taste therefore to me every Xmas tree is special!
"What may suit one person may not suit the next… but that’s what makes Christmas so fun!"
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