From the minute she stepped foot in this year's MAFS experiment, business manager Jules Robinson knew what she was looking for – and it seems there's no stopping this reality bride, who is eager to make her mark!
Woman's Day can reveal that Jules and her doting fiance Cameron Merchant have been in talks to become an official TV power couple, after the duo were snapped out in Sydney's Double Bay meeting up with well-respected talent manager Benji Hart, owner of The MGMT.
Last week the agency made it official by announcing they are now representing "Australia's sweethearts" on social media.
Meanwhile, a friend close to the pair reveals the MAFS favourites have been in the process of shopping around for a manager "who can catapult their public image further" for weeks.
"Jules is very self-aware and knows how much the public love them, so she'll happily use that to her advantage," says the friend.
"An ideal situation for her would be appearing on TV… be it guest appearances or full-time, she's ready for it."
While the redhead has her sights set on the small screen, the friend says she might have to beat out Cam, whose dream is to be a cricket commentator for Fox Sports.
Last month, the couple also sent the rumour mill into overdrive after they were snapped with 2018 Block winners Sarah Tumino and Hayden Vale. Fans think they'd be a great choice for the reno show.
With their celebrity status building and their TV prospects growing, it's no surprise the star couple have gone for a celeb-style engagement party!
Last Sunday, the lovebirds celebrated their post-show engagement, surrounded by their closest friends and family, but Woman's Day understands the day was quite a production.
"You'd think Kim and Kanye were getting married again!" says a source.
"There was no indication of a venue, no formal invitation – we were told more information would follow," the source adds.
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