Camille Grammer's First Interview: I'm 'Extremely Grateful' For Support From ‘RHOBH’ Stars After My Cancer Diagnosis
Even though Camille Grammer is no longer a housewife on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills franchise, the former cast member told RadarOnline.com exclusively that she is extremely grateful for the love and support from the ladies of the 90210 after her frightening cancer diagnosis.
RadarOnline.com caught up with Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife over the weekend as she was taking daughter, Mason, to a movie. "All of the ladies from Kyle, Kim, Lisa, Brandi and Yolanda called me after my endometrial cancer diagnosis was made public. It meant so much to me, and I had great conversations with each of them.
“It's so nice that even though I'm no longer on the show, they took the time to reach out. It's like I have always said, when the chips were down, all of the bickering and fighting was set aside when something majored happened in our lives, we rallied around that person. It's truly a sisterhood," Grammer said.
It's been a tough month for the mother of two, after having a radical hysterectomy because of the endometrial cancer diagnosis, Grammer had to obtain a temporary restraining order against her former boyfriend, Dimitri Charalambopoulos. The Greek hunk allegedly slammed Grammer's head into hotel furniture in Houston, Texas, after a fight that started when a woman began texting him in the middle of the night.
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In the next several weeks, Grammer will begin a grueling round of radiation and chemotherapy in order to prevent the cancer from coming back.
“It didn’t spread, but she has to undergo both chemo and radiation to make sure it doesn’t come back. She is handling this like a real trooper and will use what she has been thru to raise awareness for women’s cancer," a source previously told Radar.
Meanwhile, Grammer says that she’s tuning in to the season premiere of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Monday night.
"Of course I will be watching! I will always be a huge fan of the show, and want to know what is going on with the ladies. With that being said, I don't have any desire to go back on the show," Grammer added.