More than six years after she and Kelsey Grammer divorced, Camille Grammer has reportedly found her next husband. People reports that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills personality, 49, recently accepted a proposal from her boyfriend, David C. Meyer.
“They’re just in love,” a source told the magazine, adding that the lawyer popped the question earlier this month. “There’s a casualness and easiness to their relationship. They’re a really happy, kind couple. He really loves her for her.”
Party night with my love. We have a secret.. guess 😊 pic.twitter.com/hTjJMEN1of— Camille Grammer (@TheRealCamilleG) October 29, 2017
Party night with my love. We have a secret.. guess 😊 pic.twitter.com/hTjJMEN1of
The blonde beauty — who has been dating David for more than a year — teased the happy news via Twitter on Sunday, Oct. 29. “Party night with my love,” she captioned a black-and-white selfie with her man. “We have a secret.. guess.”
It’s been years since Camille has been in a healthy, loving relationship. As fans may recall, the former Club MTV dancer’s marriage to Emmy-winning actor Kelsey (with whom she shares daughter Mason, 16, and son Jude, 13) went down in flames thanks to the Frasier alum’s affair with his now-wife, Kayte Walsh.
Never one to shy away from sharing her opinion, Camille candidly called her ex “a d--k” during a 2014 episode of Watch What Happens Live. “He’s an a--,” she told host Andy Cohen at the time. “I can say it!”
Two years later, in a 2016 interview with Andy, Camille admitted that her relationship with Kelsey — who now shares two children with Kayte — was past the point of repair. "It's very difficult, because he refuses to communicate with me and coparent with me on any level," she claimed. "So what I do is: My kids go to therapy, I go to therapy. I used to think that there would be a day that would come along that someday I could coparent with him, and he would be willing to talk to me because it would only help the kids.”
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