Posing for the cameras and mingling with celebrities, Married At First Sight golden couple Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant and their good friend Heidi Latcham looked in their element at the TV WEEK Logies nomination party. But while they're lapping up the limelight, insiders say their popularity has only fuelled Jules' feud with her former co-star, Martha Kalifatidis!
Just weeks ago, Martha accused Jules of being "nothing but a bully" behind the scenes of the explosive 2019 season.
And according to the source, Martha is reeling she and groom Michael Brunelli didn't even get a look-in to attend the Logies nomination party, while Jules and Cam – who have become quite the ambassadors for the show – were front and centre.
"Martha feels like she's been cast aside [by Nine] due to the way she is on social media and that her successful relationship with Michael has been swept under the carpet," the source reveals.
"She's stopped being invited anywhere where Cam and Jules will be, including industry events like the pre-Logies party."
Last month, a press release from Martha's management revealed she had plans to attend Sydney Fashion Week, however she was noticeably absent. However, Jules, 36, attended not only as a guest, but as a model.
With only four weeks to go before the 2019 TV WEEK Logie Awards, where MAFS is up for Most Popular Reality Program, there has been widespread speculation that several cast members are "too controversial" and a "liability" to represent the show at the esteemed event.
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Meanwhile, Woman's Day understands there are also concerns about having feuding MAFS stars in the same room.
"Some of these stars are so outspoken and unpredictable that there's just no way they can be at the same event and be trusted not to create drama," says an insider.
When it comes to Martha and Jules, the brides have unfollowed each other on social media and have avoided mixing in the same social circles since the show ended in April.
"She was so self-righteous and I just feel like she made the other women who did want to be friends with us and who did hang out with us, almost ashamed to," Martha said of Jules on her recently launched YouTube channel.