Over the weekend Jules revealed that she has split from the management company she and Cam have shared for the past four years.
The pair both signed with THE.mgmt after finding fame on the reality show in 2019 and have amassed a small fortune through joint deals set up through the influencer-focused agency.
However, Jules announced on Saturday she is now signed with TSA who specialise in “high profile talent”, while Cam has remained with the.MGMT.
“Starting the year with complete gratitude for the past and ready to create the future with @tsatalent. Get your people to talk to my people at TSA,” she wrote on Instagram.
Jules’ 2023 plans
It appears that this year Jules, who founded the shapewear brand Figur in 2020, is set to distance herself further from her reality TV roots with a number of high-profile ventures.
The mother-of-one revealed last week she'll soon be heading to London, which she described as her “home away from home”, for more television work.
“See you soon UK! Watch this space,” she teased.
Jules is also set to release a memoir this year after securing a lucrative book deal with publishers Simon & Schuster Australia in 2022.
“I'm incredibly excited to embark on my writing journey with Simon & Schuster,” she said alongside the announcement. “I'm often asked about my career, love and life, so I wanted to pull all of the things I've learnt together to help inspire other women - and hopefully give them a laugh along the way.”
In addition to her book, Jules currently co-hosts the podcast The Juggling Act with Kidspot editor Melissa Wilson. She also shared on Instagram earlier this month that she hopes to get pregnant with her and Cam’s second child in 2023.
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