They formed friendships after appearing on Married At First Sight together.
And Tracey Jewel reunited with her co-stars Blair Rachael and Gabrielle Bartlett for drinks in Sydney on Monday.
The ‘relationship expert’ shared a group shot on Instagram of the trio having ‘sneaky drinks’ at a local bar.
Girls’ night: Tracey Jewel reunited with her co-stars Blair Rachael and Gabrielle Bartlett for drinks in Sydney on Monday
Tracey, who recently had $9,000 worth of filler dissolved from her cheeks and lips, beamed alongside her gal pals.
‘Just a casual Monday night out with the girls!’ the reality star captioned the snap, then adding the hashtags #greatstarttotheweek, #sneakymondaydrinks, #sydney and #dessertalltheway.
The brunette wore a sleeveless white top, while Gabrielle wore a cute floral dress and Blair opted for a leopard-print halter top.
Health scare! It comes after the reality star said she had a brush with cervical cancer which made her unable to breastfeed her child
Fans were impressed with the starlets, with a number of them gushing over the ladies meet up together.
‘All looking beautiful – enjoy,’ One Instagram user wrote, while another added, ‘Enjoy beautiful ladies xo.’
The social occasion comes after Tracey reveled she had a devastating brush with cervical cancer – which left her unable to breastfeed and altered the way her hair grew.
‘It was devastating’: Married At First Sight’s Tracey Jewel also revealed that her hair hasn’t grown back the same way since
Tracey told Daily Mail Australia that her doctors discovered she had CIN3 cervical cancer cells six weeks after giving birth to her daughter Grace, who is now eight-years-old.
‘I had to have a operation to remove the lesions straight away and then couldn’t breast feed which was devastating to me,’ she explained.
Now almost a decade on, Tracey was still mindful of her health and had frequent check-ups.
What is CIN 3?
CIN stands for cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, which are abnormal cells in the neck of the womb.
It is classifiable from one to three depending on how deep the abnormal cells are on the surface of the cervix.
CIN 1 usually disappears without treatment, while CIN 2 and 3 are precancerous but likely have the potential to develop into cervical cancer later in life.
Source: Cancer Council Victoria
‘I regularly have Pap smears now and still have abnormal cell problems,’ the mother of one revealed.
‘I had to have a operation to remove the lesions straight away’: Tracey spoke to Daily Mail Australia about the health scare