On Tuesday night's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, while some of the ladies gallivanted around Provence, France, Camille Grammer and Denise Richards were having a very different experience back home in Malibu.
They were forced to evacuate due to the California wildfires, and Camille shared with the 'Wives the very unfortunate news that her house was burning down. In The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills After Show, Camille revealed that after she and her family evacuated to the Grand Del Mar hotel, she actually heard the terrible news about her home from a very unexpected source.
"That night, I'm on the phone with Lisa Vanderpump. A very good friend of hers, Robert Kovacik, who was on the scene, on the ground reporting about my house. And he's calling and texting Lisa: 'Is this Camille's home?' So Lisa and I get off the phone. She gets the picture and says, 'Yes, that is Camille's house,'" Camille said.
Lisa recalled, "I think I actually told her it was burning. Because one of my best friends is a news reporter, he kind of told me. And that's tragic in itself and I'm not talking about financially but just to lose everything: your history, your life, every wonderful thing. Of course we can all start again but it's a shame that we have to."
Hear Camille share more about the "surreal" day when she evacuated in the video above. And make sure to tune into RHOBH every Tuesday at 9/8c. Preview, below.