Married at First Sight Australia rich list: Who are the cast members earning the most money?
That post-MAFS money is good x
It’s no secret that those who go on Married at First Sight Australia have their lives together, minus the whole soulmate part.
Between the stunning outfits and flashy accessories featured during the dinner parties and commitment ceremonies, it’s natural to wonder how rich the MAFS Australia cast are, past and present.
From looking at their brand deals and endorsements along with their flashy homes and cars, here’s a rundown of the richest MAFS Australia cast members.
Ella Ding and Domenica Calarco
Domenica and Ella became fast friends during their time on Married at First Sight Australia in 2020. Despite them not finding love on the show, they have found some big money while working together.
The friends signed a $250,000 podcast deal after MAFS Australia and launched a range of their own merchandise.
Individually they have both been popping too. Ella is a brand ambassador for PrettyLittleThing and guest starred on Made in Chelsea in late 2022.
Domenica launched a capsule collection with Showpo, has her own web series for Nine Australia and is currently starring on the Australian I’m A Celebrity.
Jessika Power was on Married at First Sight Australia in 2019 and quickly rose to fame. The former bride has reportedly made $150,000 from her personal appearances and endorsements from various brands.
Alongside appearing on Big Brother and Celebs Go Dating, Jessika has also made an impressive amount of money from her OnlyFans. Jessika has reportedly made $700,000 from her OnlyFans content.
Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant
Jules and Cameron are one of the most successful couples to ever come from MAFS Australia, romantically and monetarily.
It is unclear how much the couple are worth but they splashed the cash on their second home at $3.65 million, so it’s safe to say they are doing very well for themselves.
Jules’ main moneymaker is her shapewear line Figur, “an uplifting and sophisticated brand providing shapewear for women of all shapes and sizes.”
Before his retirement, Cameron was a professional Australian cricket player. Across his career he score more than 1,000 runs in First and Second XI cricket. Cameron and Jules reportedly earn thousands of dollars per paid post on social media.
Olivia has made buckets loads of money since her time on MAFS Australia, to which she credits OnlyFans for her financial success. Olivia was also the covergirl for MAXIM Australia.
It has been reported Olivia made $500,000 in four months on her OnlyFans and had 7,000 subscribers. She has recently said she doesn’t want to do OnlyFans forever and has only plans. “I won’t do this forever, but I plan on killing it while I’m still in the game,” she explained.
Olivia recently said she earned $30,000 in just one day on her OnlyFans. “I made $30,000 in my first day without even posting anything, [just] an old blurry lingerie photo from 2016,” she explained. She currently charges her subscribers $14.99 per month, or a 12 month package for $126.
Hayley was already incredibly successful before appearing on MAFS Australia, leaving behind a career of finance to find the love of her life on television.
After making a move to OnlyFans, Hayley and went on to win awards. Last year she revealed she was earning up to $1.3 million as an adult content creator. Hayley also worked as an escort for $1,000 an hour but has since stepped away from that and sticks to OnlyFans.
MAFS Australia 2023 groom Layton Mills has a reported net worth $3.2 million which equates to roughly £1.7 million. Layton is CEO of pharmaceutical company AusCann and before that was the CEO of CannPal Animal Therapeutics, a company he was also the founder of.
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