Camille Grammer said she's been asked to return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
"It's something I've been toying with the last three years," she told reporters Saturday about possibly going back to the hit Bravo show—on which she starred for the first two seasons.
"I've been asked," Camille said at the Family Equality Council's 2017 Impact Awards in Los Angeles, as People has reported.
The blonde beauty, 48, apparently hasn't ruled out a RHOBH return, telling reporters, "Maybe next year, we'll see. You know, after the reunion and after this season, and after casting, we'll see how they feel about it. We'll be back and we can all discuss it."
Camille hasn't been a total stranger to RHOBH, now in its seventh season, since she left as a regular cast member. In some episodes, she's appeared as a friend and guest. As Radar reported at the time, she left the show in 2012 because producers were going to cut her air time way back, sources said.
And Camille admitted exposing her life-- which included a bitter divorce from actor Kelsey Grammer--full time on the show was no picnic. "I had a very tough time," on the first season, she said on March 11. "Going through divorce while shooting a reality show is terrible."
She raises daughter Mason, 15, and son Jude, 12 with her Frasier star ex-husband Kelsey.
At the Saturday event, Camille dissed Kelsey, 62, to reporters for "terrible co-parenting."
She said, "I wish for the kids that he would grow up and mature … I'm used to it now. It was very difficult for the first several years, because how do you co-parent with someone that refuses to talk to you? How do you make those decisions about school or health?"
As Radar has reported, Camille previously claimed Kelsey was abusive.
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