Back in January, Camille Grammer celebrated being one year cancer free. And now that she's had a bit of time to reflect on that major health milestone, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has opened up about her life these days.
"I'm doing really well," she told People while at a charity event in Las Vegas (which she attended with pal Kyle Richards) about her cancer being in remission. In 2013, she was diagnosed with Stage 2 Endometrial Cancer. She later underwent a hysterectomy. She now works with the National Chair of the Foundation for Women's Cancer.
"God does things for a reason," she added. "It's very difficult to live anything so private like that in public but if I can use it as a platform to raise awareness. There are so many things bigger than ourselves out there. If I can use this to support anybody and to save lives in any way, oh my God, that's bigger than all of us. I feel blessed."
Camille noted one thing about stepping away from RHOBH before she had to face the hardest days in her battle against cancer: "I don't think I could have filmed going through that," she said. "There's just no way."
She further noted, she's in "a good place now."
So does Camille miss anything about having her every move documented for the cameras?
"I love not being in the middle of the drama," she said. "It's nice to still be a part of the show to support Kyle. I really care about these girls and I miss them," she added about her cameos on the series.