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Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel's surprising career move


Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel reveals her surprising career move after welcoming son Frankie last year


Her business ventures have been controversial in the past.

But Married At First Sight’s Tracey Jewel has hinted she is about to embark on a new enterprise – this time in the retail space.

The self-help author, 38, shared two photos to Instagram on Thursday of an empty shopfront in Perth with an LJ Hooker ‘for lease’ sign across the window.

'Coming soon! Something's bubbling away': Married At First Sight's Tracey Jewel has hinted she is about to embark on a new enterprise - this time in the retail space

‘Coming soon! Something’s bubbling away’: Married At First Sight’s Tracey Jewel has hinted she is about to embark on a new enterprise – this time in the retail space

Tracey hinted in the caption she’d leased the commercial property from its owner for the purposes of opening a shop or venue.

‘Coming soon! Something’s bubbling away,’ she wrote, adding a bathtub emoji in a telling sign she may be opening a spa of some kind.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Tracey Jewel for comment.

Tracey, who welcomed son Frankie in March with her husband Nathan Constable, has faced scrutiny over her business activities in the past.

Plans: The self-help author, 38, shared two photos to Instagram on Thursday of an empty shopfront in Perth with an LJ Hooker 'for lease' sign across the window

Plans: The self-help author, 38, shared two photos to Instagram on Thursday of an empty shopfront in Perth with an LJ Hooker ‘for lease’ sign across the window

In August, she was criticised by small businesses for failing to deliver them thousands of Instagram followers in exchange for free products.

She later issued a statement denying any wrongdoing, adding: ‘In advertising and marketing there are no guarantees and I wish these businesses all the best.’

After appearing on Married At First Sight in 2018, Tracey was forced to deny allegations she’d run a fraudulent competition promising a holiday in Malaysia.

Scrutiny: Tracey, who welcomed son Frankie in March with her husband Nathan Constable, has faced scrutiny over her business activities in the past

Scrutiny: Tracey, who welcomed son Frankie in March with her husband Nathan Constable, has faced scrutiny over her business activities in the past

She said she’d been subjected to ‘trial by social media’ and clarified she had ‘not been charged legally or criminally for anything’.

Taking aim at the ‘trolls’ she claimed had destroyed her life, Tracey accused her critics of trying to wreck her ‘hard-fought reputation’.

She added: ‘It disturbs me greatly the fact that these trolls and cyber bullies and their accusations can have such a monumental affect on my life that has seen me lose my marketing clients, my sponsors, my radio show contract and affect numerous business colleagues and their businesses, my friends and my family.’ 

Controversy: In August, she was criticised by small businesses for failing to deliver them thousands of Instagram followers in exchange for free products

Controversy: In August, she was criticised by small businesses for failing to deliver them thousands of Instagram followers in exchange for free products

Another dispute: After appearing on MAFS in 2018, Tracey (pictured with Dean Wells) was forced to deny allegations she'd run a fraudulent competition promising a holiday in Malaysia

Another dispute: After appearing on MAFS in 2018, Tracey (pictured with Dean Wells) was forced to deny allegations she’d run a fraudulent competition promising a holiday in Malaysia 

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