Breaking News US/Australia ll MAFS Jules and Cam anger businesses by ‘asking for wedding freebies’

Breaking News US/Australia ll  MAFS Jules and Cam anger businesses by ‘asking for wedding freebies’


Married At First Sight’s Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant have angered a small business owner by asking for ‘freebies’ for their wedding day next month The couple recently contacted a vendor hoping to obtain complimentary services – which would have cost paying customers thousands of dollars – in exchange for publicity on Instagram In addition to a plug on social media, the reality stars promised the business would get a very brief mention in Channel Nine’s coverage of their nuptials  The business owner, who asked to remain anonymous, said their company had declined the request, adding that they would be surprised if any of their competitors agreed to Jules’ terms Share this article Share 95 shares Despite trying to pull off their wedding as cheaply as possible, Jules and Cameron are making more money than ever before thanks to their brand partnerships  In the past two months alone, Jules has been announced as a Weight Watchers ambassador, joined forces with Olay to become a ‘face’ of the skincare line, and launched her own shapewear brand, Figur The couple have also teamed up with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, meal delivery service Hello Fresh and various fitness brands It certainly seems they have come a long way since their days on MAFS, when Jules was billed as a ‘business owner’ and Cameron a ‘former pro cricketer’ The pair’s request for free services is just the latest in a string of controversies surrounding their wedding day  On Monday, fellow Married At First Sight contestant Melissa Lucarelli slammed Jules for dumping her as a bridesmaid via text message  In a blistering interview with NW magazine, Melissa accused her former co-star of selfishly using their friendship to her advantage ‘Now Cam and Jules are making money, she doesn’t need me anymore and she also doesn’t want me to get any publicity,’ she said Jules and Cam were initially scheduled to marry in September, on the one-year anniversary of filming their MAFS wedding, but postponed the ceremony until November   They are said to have recently moved the location from the Hunter Valley to Sydney’s CBD after signing a lucrative deal with Channel Nine to televise the event    According to New Idea, the last minute venue change made it ‘logistically easier to film’ as it ‘was going to be too costly for the whole crew to travel so far away ‘Daily Mail Australia has contacted Jules and Cameron’s manager, Benji Hart of THE mgmt, for comment. 

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