Lovebirds Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson became the saving grace of 2019's controversial installment of Married at First Sight, hooking viewers in with their rapid-romance and TV-gold proposal.
But Woman's Day hears the duo's upcoming nuptials could be in jeopardy, with their nearest and dearest concerned for the couple's future.
Last month Cam, 35, and Jules, 37, revealed they would be postponing their Hunter Valley wedding, which they had initially planned to take place in mid-September- to mark their one year anniversary.
Now a well-placed insider tells Woman's Day the couple have hit a "rough patch" and are even facing backlash from their family and friends who insist they are moving too fast.
"Nobody quite understands why they needed to be engaged and married all within a year of meeting each other," tells one friend, who maintains the couple's inner circle are "worried they feel they have to make things work to retain that TV power couple status".
It comes as the salon owner was spotted in Sydney in tears last week, with one onlooker telling Woman's Day Jules looked "visibly upset" and "out of character".
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Upon revealing the couple had postponed their wedding plans, even Jules herself admitted the pair had been swept up in the excitement of their TV romance.
"It was a romantic gesture and we booked a venue and ended up losing our $5,000 deposit but I just thought—yeah that's not going to happen anymore," she said. Adding, "It was too much too soon".