After final vows were exchanged and the show wrapped, the MAFS favourites set about planning their wedding but remained tight lipped about the date, only revealing it would take place "later this year".
Jules and Cam celebrated their engagement with a party in Sydney in April, with many of their MAFS co-stars joining in the festivities, including Heidi Latcham - tipped to be one of Jules' bridesmaids - Melissa Lucarelli, Elizabeth Sobinoff and Mick Gould.
Jules found herself at the centre of controversy last month after one of her engagement party guests sold photos from the soiree to media outlets.
The flame haired beauty vowed to find out which of her so-called friends had betrayed her trust, with a source revealing she was becoming "a complete bridezilla about the wedding list".
“She wants to make sure the person is found and struck off the list for good because she doesn’t want anyone to spoil her wedding deals, which she is trying to sell for thousands.
“Because she is so paranoid about everything that’s happened in the last few weeks, she has given him really small numbers for his guest list for their wedding,” they reveal.
The only other couple still in a relationship after meeting on the reality TV show are Melbourne makeup artist Martha Kalifatidis and her PE teacher boyfriend Michael Brunelli.
Jules and Cam's former co-stars Jessika Power and Billy Vincent were locked in a fiery social media exchange last week, after MAFS meltdown queen Jessika participated in a Q&A on Instagram and answered a fans question about who she thought was the biggest "soft c*ck" on the Channel Nine social experiment.
“I shouldn’t say this,” she responded, before adding: “Billy, 100 per cent, that guy was a b*tch on the show.”
When asked to clarify exactly why Billy was a “soft c*ck”, the 26-year-old - who was partnered with Mick Gould on the show - replied, “I mean where are your balls?”
Billy was quick to respond to the blonde bombshells jabs with his own series of Instagram videos.