Camille Grammer is standing by the terms of her divorce.
Camille, 50, attended the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion and discussed the end of her marriage to Kelsey Grammer back in 2011 with Andy Cohen, Kyle Richards, Denise Richards, Erika Girardi, Lisa Rinna and Dorit Kemsley.
“A little bit earlier, I was talking to Denise [Richards] about her philosophy about raising kids with an ex-husband who’s always in the news,” Cohen prompted Camille.
“My mom says, ‘Watch Denise in her interviews. She always makes it about the kids,’” she confessed. “And my mom’s like, ‘That’s the classy way to do it.’”
Camille and Kelsey share two children, daughter Mason, 17, and son Jude, 14, and she admitted that she kept the last name Grammer for them despite marrying David C. Meyer in October.
“I took Grammer off my social media,” she explained. “It’s still on my passport … David is all for it. He said, ‘Your kids — both of your kids’ last name is Grammer. I understand that.’ He has no problem.”
She also defended her $30 million divorce settlement while Denise did not go after half of ex-husband Charlie Sheen’s assets, saying: “Well, I was married for 13 years. That’s a long time.”
“I just felt that, you know, working — and I worked hard. I just didn’t sit back, buying fancy clothes and shoving bonbons in my face. I mean, I worked hard.”
Her co-stars looked shocked at the statement, prompting Kemsley to ask Denise, “Do you like bonbons?”
“I’ve never had one,” Denise laughed.
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