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Friday 1 August 2014

Camille Grammer 'devastated' by RHBH departure

Camille Grammer

Camille Grammer will desperately miss her friends on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

The 43-year-old reality star who divorced from Kelsey Grammer after 14 years of marriage is sad to be leaving her TV series.

Camille made the announcement that she wouldn't be returning to film the next season of RHBH earlier this month.

She will miss communing with the ladies on the show.

"They're my family, too," Camille told E! Online. "Maybe I'll come back and go to party because these are my friends."

Camille won't bring her boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos along if she does decide to make a guest appearance.

"He actually threw up before he went on [TV with me last time]," Camille confessed. "I don't know if I'm supposed to say that or not, but he's such a nice guy He's probably happy for us to keep our relationship private. But honestly, he was so supportive and he said, 'Anything you decide to do I will support you.' "

Although Camille enjoys her relationship with Dimitri, she won't rush into marriage.

"I'm still healing," she explained. "I still haven't settled my financial situation with my ex [Kelsey]. Maybe in the future, but not in the near future. I've got time still."

Camille and Kelsey have been embroiled in a bitter dispute over their two children; Mason Olivia, 10, and Jude, seven, for months, but have reportedly settled their visitation dispute in court in February.

Kelsey and his new wife 32-year-old former air stewardess Kayte Walsh are expecting twins later on this year.

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