Camille Grammer: 'Not Ready' for Romance After Cancer
The 'RHOBH' opens up about her dating life and how her kids are her main priority post-cancer.
Camille Grammer is taking things day by day since celebrating her one-year anniversary of being cancer free back in January. And these days, she's focused on the thing that's most important to her: her family.
"Every day a little better, a little stronger," the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, who was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in 2013, tells People. "The cancer I had is called clear cell carcinoma, and it can show up anywhere at any time. There's always that little fear in the back of my head, it could show up in my colon, my stomach, my brain. I do worry about that."
Despite her fear, Camille remains optimistic for her children. "But now, I'm not going to focus on that," she shares. "I'm just going to think positive and really [about] my kids, so I focus on my children and I love being around them, and I do it all for them."
And while she says there are guys in her life, she admits that dating or getting serious with anyone isn't her main priority. She has her kids, as well as her work with the Foundation for Women's Cancers.
"I have [guy] friends, but I keep it light because I'm not ready," she says. "You know, I've been really focusing on my children; I'm a single mom, so I'm basically the father and the mother in the situation," she said of her two children Mason, 13, and Jude, 10, with ex-husband Kelsey Grammer. "I was saying to my girlfriend, 'I really don't have time to date.'"
But she's not ruling out the possibility of romance completely. "I'm looking forward to it in the future."