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Stacey Solomon and Mrs Hinch have lead stars in quitting social media in a bid to raise awareness for mental health.
The Loose Women star and her cleaning influencer bestie, both 30, shared the decisions to step away from their Instagram for the weekend on Friday.
After a day of cleaning and sharing adorable snaps inside her family life Mrs Hinch, who recently hit back at vicious trolls as she enjoyed family time, announced her decision on her Instagram stories.
Mrs Hinch posted a clip of her sweet dog Henry making his way up the stairs to his bed and wrote on top: “Don’t forget guys tomorrow is #digitaldetox I will 100% be supporting @zoesugg, @lush and @iamwholeuk on this amazing campaign”.
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In a later clip, which shows her cocker spaniel pup laying on a grey bed in his very own bedroom, she added: “Please take care of YOU!
“YOU are important. Have a wonderful weekend with your loved ones All the best, always” followed by a white heart emoji.
Meanwhile Stacey Solomon, who recently shared a clever hair curling hack, announced her decision to also step away from social media as she shared clips of herself running a bath.
As she shared a clip of herself placing a bath bomb into her tub, she wrote on top: “The pickle is down so I’m treating myself to a bath” followed by a grinning emoji.
Stacey added: “I bought this yesterday… it’s a bath bomb @zoesugg has made to raise awareness and money for people struggling with their mental health
“So I HAD to buy it and I can’t wait to use it” followed by a brown heart emoji.
She added: “Also… @zoesugg has organised a technology/social media free weekend this weekend to try and encourage people to switch off.
“She did some research and found out that lots of us really struggle to switch off and it has a massive impact on our mental health…”
Stacey continued: “So I’m going to join in because I feel so strongly about looking after our mental health I always have a phone in a drawer day every week anyway because I think it’s so important…
“So this weekend I’m so proud and happy to be doing it for a very special reason” followed by a white heart emoji.
As she posted a video of her and boyfriend Joe, who she shares son Rex with, she explained: “He’s home so we’re off to bed.
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“Goodnight… I hope you have a lovely weekend. Love you all. Look after yourself, you deserve it” followed by a white heart emoji.
Stacey and Mrs Hinch aren’t the only stars to have joined in on the campaign, headed by Zoe Sugg, Lush and mental health charity I Am Whole.
Little Mix star Jade Thirwall, Sam Smith and Rita Ora have also ditched their phones for the weekend in a bid to show support.
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