Camille also described her experience on Season 9 as “stressful.”
Camille Grammer had quite the tumultuous season with her "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-stars, but one person she’s remained close with is Lisa Vanderpump.
Camille said her friendship with the recently exited Housewife was "good," when cameras caught up with her in New York earlier this week.
"I spoke with her two days ago. She’s healing," Camille added, likely in reference to the sudden passing of Lisa’s mother, Jean Vanderpump, who died last month in England at the age of 84.
Camille also described her experience on Season 9 as "stressful," and understandably so. Cameras captured the devastation she faced when the first home she purchased after her bitter divorce from Kelsey Grammer was completely consumed by the 2018 California wildfires. On top of that, her assistant of 23 years died unexpectedly two days prior.
The back-to-back tragedies left Camille in a vulnerable emotional state, which affected her relationship with the rest of the ladies.
After going against who she’s labeled the "PuppyGate girl gang" to defend LVP against claims she leaked stories to the press, Camille was then accused of being two-faced because she would talk smack behind Vanderpump’s back but then praise her to her face and in interviews.
When asked if she had a message to the cast, Camille simply said, "I think [it’s] time for everybody to heal and move on."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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