Camille Grammer's Malibu home burned down in the California wildfires this weekend, she announced on Instagram. The sad news came just days after her happy Hawaii wedding with David C. Meyer.
On Sunday, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and actor Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife, 50, posted a photo of her burning mansion on social media and told fans in a shocking caption, "Sadly my house couldn’t be saved. The courageous firefighters were able to save my cars and personal items recovered from my home. I thanked the fire captain and his team of firemen for all of their hard work. He took the time to explain what happened and I’m grateful for all of their hard work trying to save my home. Sad we lost our home but grateful that my family is safe. Luckily we quickly evacuated our house yesterday after a patrol car drove up the street announcing mandatory evacuations. I’m grateful for my lovely neighbors and friends who kept me informed and for their help this evening. ? Thank you all for caring ? #woolseyfire #malibu."
As Radar readers know, the fires still raging in California have threatened or destroyed other multi-million dollar celebrity properties in Malibu, Thousand Oaks, and Hidden Hills. Singer Robin Thicke's home went up in flames and Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson also lost his house. Grammer had warned her followers that the flames were getting close to her home on Friday.
Her great sorrow has followed great joy as on October 20, she had tied the knot with attorney Meyer at a private beach club in Hawaii with many of her RHOBH co-stars looking on, including Kyle Richards, who was a bridesmaid. Grammer's daughter Mason, 16, was a bridesmaid and son Jude, 14, walked his mom down the aisle.
But her most famous co-star, Lisa Vanderpump, snubbed the wedding due to a housewives feud, as Radar has previously reported.
as Radar has previously reported. has much more to worry about than her co-stars' drama as she must pick up the pieces after losing her home.
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