Following their split, Camille Grammer and Kelsey Grammer haven't exactly been on the best terms. In fact, despite sharing two children together, they don't communicate with one another and instead use "parallel parenting" to co-parent their two teens, Mason and Jude.
So when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills pal stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, she was asked if her ex-husband broke their silence and reached out to her after her home burned down in the California wildfires late last year.
Her response shocked Andy Cohen, which you can check out in the clip above.
The pair divorced back in 2011 after 13 years of marriage and, following the separation, it wasn't always smooth sailing — though it sounds like things have gotten better between the exes. "I don't want to say anything because he's the father of my children and he's come around," she told The Daily Dish previously. "And I'm glad that they've been spending more time together. So that's great and I'm really happy that he allowed her to do this [fashion show]. And that's a positive and I'm very happy about that."
Still, back in December, daughter Mason confirmed that her parents were still not on speaking terms. "My parents still don’t talk," Mason told Genlux at the time. "At all. Ever.”
Though in 2018, Camille did note that she credits "good parenting on both ends — me and my ex-husband" for how their kids have turned out.
As for them co-parenting using the "parallel parenting" method, she explained more about that on WWHL in February 2018, as you can see below.