Outside of Made in Chelsea, Julius is also an accomplished musician, a career he left MIC to pursue in 2017, but did you know that's not the only job Julius has under his belt?
Following the new series of MIC it has been revealed that Julius has taken up a new job - as a life coach - and it's safe to say that his fellow cast members are divided.
When Reza found out about Julius' new career he said, "He's a life coach? Doesn't he live at home with his mum?
"He's a trainer on how to ruin lives, is that what it is?"
Tristan Phipps added, "You've got to have your own sh-t in order before you can coach other people."
Luckily Digby Edgley came out and defended Julius on the show by saying, "He's very good at giving advice.
"He's a very passionate guy and when he feels something he will share it."
This career change won't come as too much of a surprise to those that follow Julius on TikTok as he has been posting advice and motivational content on there for a while. He recently posted a video of him speaking on the biggest mistake a woman can make when it comes to men.
One person questioned, "Are you a life coach??"
Another wrote, "Julius woke up and chose facts today."
Other people were less complementary, with one writing, "I don't think any man can tell any woman how to feel or what to do."
And it's not just Julius who is now a life coach but also his twin brother who goes by @coachcowdrey on TikTok. The reality star recently even posted a duet of one of his brother's videos.
We can't wait to hear more about Julius' new career on MIC but for now what else do we actually know about him?
Julius Cowdrey's net worth
Julius' net worth is estimated to be $1.5million.
Julius Cowdrey's brother
Julius' brother, Fabian K Cowdrey, is also a life coach. You can follow him on TikTok @coachcowdrey.
Julius Cowdrey on Made in Chelsea
Julius first joined the show in series 12 and was introduced as a family friend of Liv Bentley. He initially set his sights on Binky Felstead, and went on to have an incredibly awkward date with Stephanie Pratt.
He left the show in 2017 to pursue a career in music but returned to the show for series 21 in 2021 and has been a mainstay on the show ever since.
Julius Cowdrey on The Voice
Yep, that's right, MIC wasn't Julius' only foray into reality TV. Following the success of his debut single "7 Roads (I See You)" which reached to Number 1 on the UK official iTunes singer-songwriter chart and Number 2 on the Spotify UK Viral Chart, Julius auditioned for The Voice in 2020.
He performed in the Blind Auditions with his own song Take Me Home. Sadly Julius didn't win the judges over as none of them turned around, but Meghan Trainor did say he was a “great songwriter."
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Things you didn't know about Made in Chelsea
The initial idea came from LA based The Hills. Spencer Matthews was pals with Spencer Pratt and Brody Jenner and, he told Closer Online in 2017, "We didn't have anything like that in the UK. "We pitched basically the same as [producer of The Hills and The City] Adam DiVello's idea over here to star in our own show in London."The crossover later made itself known when Spencer Pratt's sister Stephanie arrived in Chelsea in 2013 and started dating Spencer.
Spencer and Hugo Taylor were involved in the casting process. According to Spenny, the two of them first pitched the idea as The Big Smoke and even filmed a pilot, but it wasn't initially commissioned. When bigwig producers later showed an interest, it was to be called Chelsea Girls, but Spencer and Hugo requested the name be changed and what we know as Made in Chelsea was born.
Not all scenes are as they seem - Spencer told Closer that they'd often end up filming scenes set in clubs at night in the early morning based on availability of the venue. A bit awkward, no?
As a result, while the alcohol on set is real, usually if they're filming early scenes they'll "be on the waters". If it's an explosive night time scene though and the producers were after extra drama, then drinking "was encouraged".
Remember THIS iconic fight? Even in the first series' "some of the fights were more real than others". According to Spenny, "Some of the time you'll take the other side in an argument otherwise there's no scene – the arguments are real but your opinion may not be real."
He also said that, "In order to prolong drama they would dilute a side of the argument. "Sometimes it was very clear from the beginning who was right and who was wrong – sometimes simple discussions would drag on over the course of a series, for the purpose of entertainment."
The cast don't know if they're going abroad until just 24 hours in advance. James Taylor told Closer that producers would wait til the last possible minute to film reactions to the news of a holiday, "otherwise it would be acting". And Habbs admitted that Canada (in 2018) was the weirdest trip because "there were two separate groups of friends".
Lizzo was in Made in Chelsea.Yep, In 2014, Lizzo featured on stage in a gig scene in the show. If that wasn't weird enough (and it's not exactly a secret any more), what's even stranger is that during gig and club scenes there's actually no music played. Extras have revealed that most scenes are filmed in silence so that the mics can pick up dialogue of the main cast.
Mark-Francis Vandelli and Victoria Baker-Harber are the most "high maintenance" cast members in MiC history, and Mark even said he didn't know and "couldn't care less" about who else was on the show in 2016. "I have invited many of the cast to parties in my house but you can tell there is a distinction between my friends and them, and they don't really make any effort to integrate," he told Digital Spy. "They don't gel. What you must understand is that we don't interact or socialise with any of the other cast," he continued. "Or really ever see them. Occasionally Binky, who I'm always happy to see.""[But] Toff's very smart and she can speak to anyone about anything, she's intelligent and forthcoming."
When superstar DJ Tom Zanetti briefly filmed scenes for MiC, after meeting his girlfriend Sophie Hermann on Celeb Go Dating, he spoke out about how 'set up' the show was. "In a way, yes, it is set up. They'll set up an amazing setting and a backdrop and then you're given a topic to discuss."That doesn't discredit it at all. It was set up but, then you've got to film it so many times from so many different angles. And then, you get the wides, and then you get the pretties and then you get this and that."
In 2019, current cast members James Taylor and Sophie 'Habbs' Habboo told Closer that, much like in the Love Island villa, producers are more involved than you think. "Producers make you say things you don't necessarily want to say," said James Taylor. "There's a definite hierarchy and there's 'different rules' for the older cast and the newbies."Habbs agreed, "You forget they're not your friends and so you tell them your deepest darkest secrets and suddenly everyone knows them."
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Julius Cowdrey's girlfriend
It seems that Julius is currently single. He recently posted a video on TikTok of himself performing a TikTok trend with the caption, "This would be way more fun to do with a girlfriend 👀".
He previously dated Ella Willis who appeared alongside him on Made in Chelsea but by the beginning of series 21 Julius revealed they had split up.
He explained, "My ex didn’t really like me having girl mates and obviously Liv and I were so close and my ex basically thought Liv was in love with me."
Does Julius Cowdrey have Instagram?
He does - you can follow him @jlcowdrey.
Does Julius Cowdrey have TikTok?
he does - you can follow him @juliuscowdrey.