Camille Grammer Explains Not Changing Her Name

Camille Grammer Explains Not Changing Her Name

"It's just easier to keep it," the RHOBH star says.

By Lauren Metz

Camille Grammer of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Camille Grammer isn't dropping names... at least not yet. While in NYC recently, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star explained to Wendy Williams why she's not using her maiden name, Donatacci, despite gaining her "six inches of freedom."

"Our children are Grammers... and it's easier to keep the Grammer last name because of our children," the mother of two said. "There's so much paperwork that goes with changing names, and I'm going through this custody battle and all this legal stuff. Maybe after all that's done, I'll change the name, but right now it's just easier to keep it."

And part of that Mt. Everest pile of paperwork includes settling the final details of her divorce from Kelsey Grammer. "I'll be comfortable, let's just say that," hints Camille. "But we haven't finalized anything yet so we're still working on the settlement."

While she waits to tie up those loose ends, greener pastures have already begun. Camille's dating a younger Greek charmer named Dimitri Charalambopoulos and tweeted after returning back to California, "It's really nice to come home to 44 dozen roses. The aroma is intoxicating. Kinda smells like a florist;)"

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