I ordered a personalised phone case from Temu & it was a total fail…they presumed I was a huge Mrs Hinch fan instead | The Sun

HANDS up if you've ever ordered something online, only for it to turn up and look completely different to what you anticipated.

Well, a woman named Rebecca Maymie knows that feeling all too well – after she was left in hysterics with a recent Temu order.

The mum-of-one took to TikTok (@rebeccamaymie) and explained how she ordered a personalised phone case from the bargain site with a sweet picture of her and her daughter on the back.

However, she instead received someone else's photo instead – and eagle-eyed social media users were quick to point out it was a rather familiar face…Mrs Hinch.

In the video, she begins: "So I've bought a few things from Temu – no problem at all, really like the stuff, dead cheap.

"Anyway, I wanted a personalised phone case, so picked one, put one in my basket.


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"It didn't ask for my personalisation but I thought, 'oh maybe it's like Etsy where you buy it and they'll email you a few days later.'

"I didn't get an email straight away and to be honest, I totally forgot all about it."


Rebecca, who points out that she's blonde with curly hair and has a daughter, then holds up the phone case that arrived.

"Who is this? It's not me!" she laughs, pointing at the back of the product.

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"They just sent me a phone case with some beautiful brunette and her son!

"I don't know what I'm going to do with that…"

She captioned the post: "I mean, I should have known when they didn't ask for my picture."

It wasn't long before the video went viral, racking up thousands of views and comments from social media users.

"Oh my maybe they’ve switched," wrote one.

A second joked: "Imagine if you found her on here."

A third pointed out: "Becks I’m not joking that’s Mrs Hinch and her son search them on Instagram."

Rebecca replied: "Hahahahaha that makes it even funnier!"

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