Is Camille Grammer Still Friends With Allison DuBois?
The former Housewife also opens up about her life since completing cancer treatment.
It's been just seven weeks since she completed her final chemotherapy treatment, and Camille Grammer is doing pretty fantastic—and opening up about her life and all things regarding The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
When Camille stopped by the Watch What Happens Live clubhouse to hang with Andy Cohen and Vanessa Bayer of Saturday Night Live, Camille came ready and willing to talk about pretty much anything, even the more difficult aspects of her recovery from endometrial cancer.
"I feel like I have arthritis when I get up and down, but they say that'll go away," she says. "But I'm feeling great. I'm feeling much better...I get better every day." Camille credits "thinking about your kids and having a positive attitude" as the driving force that helped her battle her illness. "I kept thinking, 'I have to do this for my children. I have to be there for them.'"
Her positivity is shining through in other aspects of her life as well. Though the first season of RHOBH was a rocky one for Camille, she looks back on her time on the series fondly and still watches the show. "To be honest, it was hell," she admits. "I don't regret it. I'm glad I did the show, I really am."
She's grown closer to Kyle Richards, in particular, and sometimes the ladies chat about what's happening in the 90210. The two have come a long way, ironically enough. "We're definitely friends. I think she's fun. She's a good mom and it comes across. She's a good person. You know, all the girls have their good qualities and their not so great qualities."
Wait—all the girls? A caller wanted to check in with Camille about her friendship with the infamous, e-cigarette smoking Allison DuBois. Apparently, the two are no longer friends. "I think she blames me for it," Camille says, making note of Allison's zany behavior on the show. In fact, it wasn't even Camille who invited her on the show, but her ex-husband, Kelsey Grammer.
We're thrilled for Camille in her recovery, her newfound friendship with Kyle and for leaving the negativity in the past, even if it means leaving a friendship like Allison's there with it!