Fans watched as their love story began on TV earlier this year, but the show was actually filmed last September, which was where their journey truly began.
Jules and Cam were a hit with fans and regarded as the least drama-fuelled couple from the get-go, who seemed to have joined the show for all the 'right reasons': namely, to find love.
After their on-screen wedding, the couple jetted off to New Zealand for their honeymoon to really get to know one another.
They reaffirmed their relationship by renewing their wedding vows to each other while in NZ.
Fans watched as Jules and Cam stayed true to one another throughout the filming.
They delighted audiences when they exchanged the exciting L-word.
And amongst all the drama, cheating scandals and petty fights, Jules and Cam's love was a shining light.
"I don't know what lil nosey Parker @cammerchant is up to here ?!? Was he expecting a twist in #teamjam?! No surprises here from me! THE BEST week with my husband. Nothing but love, laughter, and going from strength to strength together! It feels like my stars are finally aligning," Jules posted alongside this photo on her Instagram.
Their stint on MAFS finally came to an end with a dream proposal by Cam to Jules, where he asked the Sydney makeup artist to marry him - for real!
During final commitment ceremony for the show, Cam made MAFS history by getting down on one knee, and asking Jules to marry him — again. This time in a legally-binding wedding!
"The moment you fall more in love than you thought you could fall and every little part of you says YES! I have nothing but love for this man," Jules said in an Instagram post about the moment.
The pair went on to host the most fabulous engagement party in April.
They celebrated with friends and family outside of the show, proving that their love was definitely for real.
"I had an engagement party tonight and I danced like no one was watching!!" Jules said of the lavish party that took place at Acre Eatery, Sydney.
At the Married At First Sight reunion — which was filmed in January — the couple revealed they planned on marrying on the anniversary of the day they met. But their plans changed earlier in September.
"We had this great idea to get married on the one-year anniversary, and it was just a lovely, romantic gesture," Jules said on the Today show recently.
"But so much has been happening and going on, and I wanted to enjoy the process of organising the wedding, so that's the only reason why it's been postponed."
They say that a holiday can break some relationships, but Cam and Jules proved theirs is strong when they took off on a European vacation.
The couple travelled to London, Belgium, Rome and Paris.
The pair recently announced the revised date for their wedding - and they will be getting married on television again next Tuesday, November 19.
While the couple's first marriage was not legally binding, this one will be. Channel Nine's A Current Affair will take viewers behind the scenes of the big day, according to TV Blackbox.
Last month, an insider told New Idea the lovebirds will be tying the knot on November 16 (three days before the 90-minute special is set to air).
WATCH: Cam proposes to Jules during the final commitment ceremony