She has spent the majority of her first pregnancy in lockdown with husband Cam Merchant amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But Jules Robinson explained isolation felt just like they were back on Married At First Sight.
‘We just felt like we were back in the experiment again, actually,’ the 38-year-old reality told the Healthy-ish podcast on Friday.
‘It was a pretty traumatic time’: Pregnant Jules Robinson (pictured) revealed on Saturday that lockdown with her husband Cam Merchant felt like they were back on Married At First Sight
She added: ‘We were back in MAFS. I mean, if we did it once, we could do it again because you’re 24/7 with someone for three months on the show, so we were like “we’ve got this”.’
Jules went on to reveal she went into isolation earlier than the rest of the country due to health fears during her first pregnancy.
But she felt as though she had ‘too much knowledge’ by having the news on 24/7 during those earlier weeks.
‘We were back in MAFS. I mean, if we did it once, we could do it again because you’re 24/7 with someone for three months on the show, so we were like “we’ve got this”,’ the 38-year-old reality told the Healthy-ish podcast on Friday
One news story that particularly sparked fear for Jules was seeing people in New York not being able to be with partners during childbirth.
‘It was a pretty traumatic time, and that’s when we learnt to just not have too much information. Put the news on once a day and that’s enough to know what’s going on,’ Jules said.
It comes after Jules told The Daily Telegraph last month that pregnancy was the ‘most painful pleasure’ she has ever experienced.
‘You are so eternally grateful to be making life but on the other hand it’s a whirlwind of so many emotions, sickness, tiredness and first time experiences,’ Jules told the publication.
‘It’s a whirlwind’: Speaking to The Daily Telegraph last month, Jules revealed pregnancy was the ‘most painful pleasure’ she has ever experienced
She added: ‘Not to mention the raging hormones that leave you questioning your sanity. But I can say even now I would do it all again.’
Jules went on to reveal she and Cameron, 36, were in the ‘full swing of hypnobirthing classes.’
Hypnobirthing is a philosophy and technique that promotes natural childbirth and teaches ways to ‘birth calmly’ without fear of pain, according to Hypnobirthing Australia.
Loved-up: Jules and Cam (right) announced their baby news in The Sunday Telegraph’s Stellar Magazine amid the coronavirus pandemic