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Camille Grammer Gets Emotional on Daughter Mason & Son Jude's "Next Chapter": "Bittersweet"

The RHOBH alum shared the latest on her two kids' lives in an exclusive chat with

By Shannon Raphael

When viewers first met Camille Grammer Meyer (then just known as Camille Grammer) on Season 1 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, her kids, Jude and Mason Grammer, were just 6 and 9 years old, respectively.

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Now — and prepare to feel old  Mason is a bona fide model, and she's about to graduate from college, while Jude is an underclassman at the same university. 

During a recent exclusive chat with, Camille opened up about her kids' latest milestones, and what they're up to today. 

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"They’re grown up now, and my daughter, my son are doing well," Camille told "Really well, actually, and I couldn’t be prouder of the people that they are."

"Mason’s graduating from Emerson College. So far, she will be graduating cum laude. She’s trying to go for summa cum laude, so we’ll see," she continued. "We’ll see this semester."

Camille added that her daughter was in the process of moving out of her dorm, which was located on the Los Angeles campus, that very day. The former diamond holder was more than a little excited to be getting her eldest back under her roof. 

"She moves back in after four years. It’s like, 'Oh my god, I can’t believe it. My daughter's back. Yay.' I’m actually very excited. I’m excited to get her back selfishly. I’m so excited. On the other hand, I’m excited for her and she’s ready."

"It’s bittersweet for her ‘cause she had a really good time in college, but she’s looking for her next chapter in terms of work and what’s next for her life, you know? And she has a boyfriend and we’ll see what happens. I don’t know."

As for Mason's next steps, Camille noted that she studied media and arts, with a concentration in directing. 

"She went into school wanting to be a director," she said, before adding that Mason's time in an all-female comedy troupe changed her direction. "Now she wants to do comedy, so we’ll see..."

What Camille Meyer Grammer's Son Jude Is Up to: "It's Fun"

Mason's younger brother, Jude, is also a student at Emerson College. After Mason's comedy troupe opened up to men, Jude formed another connection with his sister by joining the group. 

"They did it together for a semester. He’s still in it. He’s at Emerson in Boston and there’s two guys in it. So, it’s mostly women and two guys and they do improv comedy and they write their own sketches, and they perform their own sketch comedy."

"It’s fun, and my son’s moving out of his dorm soon," Camille concluded. "So, I’ve got a lot of traveling back and forth to Boston."

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— Reporting by Hannah Chambers

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