The Sydney-based newlyweds — who are one of the strongest pairings in the experiment this year — revealed during Tuesday night’s episode that they had taken their relationship to “the deepest level possible.”
“We waited a month,” Jules, 36, tells 9Honey Celebrity, laughing. “I’m pretty proud. Twenty-nine days. Not that anyone was counting!”
The couple — who met and tied the knot during Season 6’s premiere — said they deliberately waited before sleeping together.
“We’ve adulted through this,” the hairdresser and business manager says proudly. “We wanted to make sure that all the foundations and the bond was there before we slept together. We didn’t want to be intimate and for that to be the focus — where it turns into love, not lust.
“So we wanted to be smart and wait for it, because that’s just an added bonus. So I’m really proud of ourselves and how we conducted ourselves in that matter,” she says. “And as Trisha would say, ‘All the chemicals get released and you feel connected!'”
But the cherry on top was that it all happened while the cricket was on.
“Obviously we were just having a great day on the couch, watching the cricket and one thing to led to another and [the sound of] leather on willow must have really tickled her fancy and it was game on,” ex-cricketer Cam jokes.
“It was so unexpected,” he adds, to which Jules interjects, laughing, “Was it though? Was it?”
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