Mrs Hinch only just realises how kids are supposed to eat a McDonald’s Happy Meal & it’s blowing other celeb mums’ minds | The Sun

MRS HINCH has left celeb mums stunned after she revealed how kids are supposed to eat a Mcdonald's Happy Meal.

Sophie Hinchcliffe, 32, took to Instagram this afternoon to share the hidden way to eat the kids' meal.

And the cleanfluencer was left stunned when she realised there was a way to open the McDonald's Happy Meal package so that her children, Ronnie, 3, and Lennie, 1, can eat it without making a mess.

She said: "Yup, I was today years old when I realised you could do this."

Mrs Hinch shared how the bottom third of the happy meal package had a tab you can pull off to use the bottom of the box as a tray.

After peeling back the tab she then removed the top of the box and emptied the chips and burger into the tray.


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Not only does it mean less mess made by the kids, but it also means mums will have less washing up to do.

"What have I been doing all my life?" she pondered.

"I have no idea, but I can promise you now this has changed my life, forever."

"WHHHAATTT! Please tell me I’m not alone here? Did anyone else not know this? Why am I always late to the party," she captioned the post.

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The post quickly went viral and other celeb mums were quick to comment revealing they had no idea about the clever hack.

Youtube influencer and mum Zoe Sugg wrote: "I also DID NOT KNOW THIS!"

Fellow cleaning influencer, Mrs D commented: "I've only just recently found this out. I wish I'd known about this when my boys were little."

Georgia Kousoulou from the Only Way is Essex added: "It's the best thing ever."

Parenting author Rachaele Hambleton, or as she's famously known, Part-Time Working Mummy, penned: "Wow. Wilby's staple and I did not know that. He will be well impressed when I pull that one out the bag later."

Vicky Pattison from Georgie Shore was in hysterics by Mrs Hinch's discovery, writing: "Dying," with a laughing emoji.

Plenty of people were left stunned by the realisation, one mum added: "You're not alone! I didn't know you could do this either."

"What the hell? When did they do that," asked another.

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