They're one of the few genuine matches in six seasons of Married at First Sight Australia, and things are moving fast for Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson.
"We're absolutely in love – that's what this whole journey has been about," confesses the former cricketer, 34. "I'm in a really good place in my life, but I'm just missing a family."
The pair have already "adopted" two plants, named Gemma and Harrison, in order to get a jump-start on parenting practice, however, now it appears they're gearing up for the real thing, with Jules, 36, rumoured to be sporting a little bump – and the pair seen shopping for baby clothes at an upmarket Sydney boutique.
Watch: Cam and Jules talk about starting a family. Article continues below.
A fellow shopper reveals the loved-up duo – who are said to be tying the knot for real on their first anniversary on September 20 and have just thrown a lavish engagement party in Sydney – browsed a range of items for both boys and girls, prompting speculation that twins could be on the way!
And coincidentally, Jules has previously told us, "I'm hoping for twins so we can just get it done."
Chatting about babies once more with Woman's Day, she adds, "Funnily enough, our parents have told us we're having twins. Apparently, I'm genetically destined to have them. It skips a generation and it's landed on us. But this is really strange – two clairvoyants have actually told me I'm having twins as well. Cam has the names picked out already."
While her hubby is keen to keep those secret, he admits, "Being matched with someone who didn't want kids would've been a deal-breaker for me. We're on the same page when it comes to everything – from starting a family to what we want out of life. It really has been a dream. Everything has indicated we're meant to be together."
Nodding, Jules agrees, "Cam and I got so lucky. We came in with such a similar mindset – we have the same emotional intelligence and outlook on life. I said to the experts, 'Thank you! I know he was handpicked, but I feel like he was handmade for me.' I'm eternally grateful for the show."
Asked about the couples who didn't find their happy endings, Jules say, "I was always thinking about love and marriage because that's all I ever wanted from this. It didn't cross my mind that others would be there for different intentions and certain people would be there for the drama. That slapped me in the face."
Cam adds, "They genuinely did say, 'Screw you guys –we're jealous!' The majority of the couples wanted to find what we had, but it wasn't happening."
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