Camille Grammer, her new husband, David Meyer, and her 17-year-old daughter, Mason Grammer, moved into a small trailer-home overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu after the devastating Woolsey Fire last fall claimed her much larger estate. In the video above, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mama explains that although they had to move into a much more modest abode, she immediately saw that it had some positive impact on her family.
"I'm not sure if i want to live there again because of the emotions I have for the loss, the fire," she said of her old property. "I'm not sure if it's time for me to leave the area or build something new and fabulous."
She estimates that the trailer is about 1,100 to 1,500 square feet, which leaves little personal space for anyone. “We are on top of each other," she said. "It is a little too close for comfort at times."
Mason sleeps in the bottom bunk of a bunk bed, but she told her mother that she likes it there. "She feels safe, she's in a cocoon," Camille explained. "At her father's house, it's huge. She's got wings. [My son] Jude's got his own wing, Mason's got another wing. We spend more time together as a family. And being in close quarters, you spend more time connecting with the people that you love. We are eating dinner together, we are watching TV shows together. She is spending more time with my husband and her step-dad, and we are all getting along."
“This is quality family time, and this is what we are having now,” she reflected. “And that is a benefit from all this loss. This is something really good that came out of this.”
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