Married At First Sight Australia contestant Jules Robinson appeared on the show hoping to find love – but wasn't bargaining for the financial success that would come with the series.
The Aussie starlet, 37, is said to be earning thousands more than any of her co-stars on the series, landing lucrative promotional deals on social media.
Working as a businesswoman in the beauty industry, Jules fell head over heels for cricketer Cameron Merchant on the show, the couple gliding through the competition.
While their rivals argued and broke-up, Cam and Jules went from strength to strength, even – spoiler alert – committing to each other after filming wrapped.
Now, they are proud parents to a baby boy named Oliver, welcoming the tiny tot in October of last year.
Cameron sold his one-bedroom apartment in Kirribilli when the show ended, and the lovebirds moved to a glamorous house with a swimming pool in the suburbs of Sydney.
Aside from becoming a mum for the first time, Jules has been grafting at building up an impressive following on social media, with 571,000 Instagram followers to her name today.
According to data gathered by Angelic Diamonds, Jules earns a whopping $81,072 (£45,492) each year through social media.
Her combined earnings with partner Cameron, from social media alone, is estimated to be $134,568, which translates to £75,510.
Martha Kalifatidis, who partnered up with school teacher Michael Brunelli on the show, surprisingly comes second on the list.
The stunning Instagram model is an influencer by trade and is helping her hubby to set up his own bespoke fitness business, having stayed together since filming wrapped.
Martha is said to earn a tidy $73,728 (£41,354) each year from posts, making a collective $108,144 (£60,686) with Michael.
Lizzie Sobinoff, who left the competition at the beginning after her husband Sam Ball cheated on her with rival Ines Basic, ranks in third place.
Having undergone a radical transformation since taking part in the series, the store manager has become an influencer today, reportedly earning $57,816 (£32,453) per year.
Jules' husband Cam finds himself in fourth place, apparently making a substantial $53,496 (£30,027) from posting snaps from their sprawling Sydney mansion.
Finally, in fifth place lands Cyrell Jimenez, whose relationship with Nic Jovanovic ended on a friendly note.
Since the show ended, Cyrell found love with another reality star, Love Island contestant Eden Dally, with the pair even welcoming a baby together.
With a glitzy Instagram account of her own, the Aussie beauty is thought to be raking in $49,536 (£27,804) every year through sponsored posts.
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