Camille Grammer May Change her Hawaii Wedding Plans As Volcano Erupts

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fiancee is facing Mother Nature's power.

Camille Grammer's connection to Hawaii goes deep: She has a home there, and she's called it "paradise," and the "best place to decompress." And The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cancer-prevention advocate has been planning to marry her fiance David C. Meyer there.

But as Hawaii's Kiluea volcano continues to erupt, spewing lava and toxic gas, and threatening homes and residents on the Big Island — Camille is at a crossroads with her wedding plans.

“I wanted it to be in Hawaii," she told Us Weekly. "But now with this volcano erupting, Kilauea is really exploding. But right now I’m planning it for the Big Island because I have a house there and my Ohana there, my Hawaiian family. So it’s a very special island for me."

But it seems that even Mother Nature derails Camille's plans to have the wedding in Hawaii... a little bit of Hawaii will most certainly be in the wedding, no matter where it is.

"My bridesmaids [will] will be a banana leaf pattern maybe, very Hawaiian," she told Us. "I want it very authentic. A Hawaiian theme for the wedding.”

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