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    Ask Jules with Jules Robinson

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    Join beloved TV personality and entrepreneur Jules Robinson in conversation with Alison Daddo as they discuss her new release, Ask Jules

    Since finding love on Married at First Sight, Jules Robinson has had a whirlwind five years – she got married (for real) to Cam Merchant, had a baby, and became a purpose-driven entrepreneur. Though there have been setbacks and challenges, Jules has stayed true to herself throughout.

    Jules is beloved for her unshakeable optimism, vulnerability, and sense of fun. But what is the real secret to her confidence? How does she juggle motherhood with multiple businesses, while remaining her most glamorous self?

    In Ask Jules, Jules Robinson puts it all out on the page. She shares her personal experiences, expert tips, and empowering lessons on style, family, motherhood, self-love, wellbeing, and manifesting and practising gratitude. Jules’s mission is to give you the tools you need to go after the life you’ve always dreamed of, and to feel good about yourself while you’re doing it – exactly as you are, right now.

    Books will be available for purchase and signing on the night.

    $5.00 + booking fee

    Non-alcoholic refreshments and nibbles on arrival.

    Bookings required.

    Enquiries: 8495 5028 or

    Jules Robinson shot to fame following her appearance on Married at First Sight where she met her now ‘real’ husband Cam Merchant. Cam and Jules proved incredibly popular with the Australian and UK public, largely due to their authenticity and genuine love for one another which saw them marry in real life once the show wrapped. The two have a child together. Since MAFS, Jules has launched her shapewear brand Figur, fashion label Moira Muse, and hair and makeup bar Status Co. She is also co-host of The Juggling Act podcast. You can find her on Instagram @julesrobinson82.

    Alison (Brahe) Daddo burst on the Australian modelling scene as a 16 year old in the mid-80’s and her career journey has travelled through roles in education, charities, podcasting and writing. Her first book, Queen Menopause, a friendly, frank, compassionate and comprehensive companion for any woman experiencing menopause was published in 2022. Ali has just co-founded a Menopause wellness platform AVIIANA, to support women navigating peri menopause and menopause with grace. She also Co-hosts with her husband of 30 years, Cameron Daddo, on their hit podcast “Separate Bathrooms”. Interviewing some of the most interesting couples in Australia, they take a look behind the closed doors of their relationships. You can find her on Instagram @alidaddo

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