Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant are living out many people's idea of a fairytale after their whirlwind romance on Married At First Sight translated into a real life engagement when filming wrapped.
But despite their seemingly charmed existence, MAFS favourite couple are not above some nasty rumours - and there's one particular whisper that simply refuses to go away.
A report recently surfaced claiming the reality king and queen were paid $50,000 by MAFS host network Channel 9 for the rights to their highly publicised engagement party in Sydney last month.
In case you missed it, the lavish bash looked like this:
Speaking to 9Honey, Jules, 37, admitted she was "hurt" over the rumours which she slammed as completely false, blaming a former friend for selling photos of their special evening to the press.
"Literally within a few hours someone had leaked photos...which is very hurtful because it was a friend - obviously not a friend anymore," she said.
"[It's] really disappointing and a betrayal of trust to think that they're gonna make money from an event. Then to be told...that we've made money, when we spent a lot of our own money and didn't make a single cent from our engagement party!"
The soiree, held at Camperdown Commons' Acre restaurant in Sydney's inner west, saw the duo party the night away with a host of family, friends and some of their MAFS co-stars including Melissa Lucarelli, Bronson Norrish, Elizabeth Sobinoff and radio announcer Heidi Latcham who has been invited to stand as Jules' bridesmaid.
Addressing the reports, Jules and Cam acknowledged that while they were not paid for the party they did have some help in organising it.
'We had some wonderful people that reached out and got involved, which was amazing," former cricket pro Cam revealed.
"We really appreciate that..it was a combined effort."
Jules also laughed off claims the couple had been paid for an early morning appearance on Today Extra the following day, saying: "I wish I did, I was so hungover!"