Amid Home Demolition, Camille Grammer Salvages Cherished Family Photos

Amid Home Demolition, Camille Grammer Salvages Cherished Family Photos

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills friend recovered some sentimental treasures.

By Tamara Palmer
C Meyer

The remains of Camille Grammer's 6,000-square-foot Malibu mansion were recently demolished after it was so damaged in last fall's devastating Woolsey Fire that it was declared a toxic site. Happily, workers found a few family photos in the immediate aftermath of the fire, and now the debris-removing crew has found a few more.

"Thank you debris removable team!" she wrote in a heartfelt Instagram post. "You guys have been great! Jose and Scott thank you for putting these pictures aside for me and all of the work you all are doing. Thank you so much for finding pictures and other sentimental items from the demo."

Camille attached a few images of rescued treasures: partially burned pictures of her and her children that still preserve loving family memories, as well as pictures of her and the debris-clearing team.

While Camille is enduring a clearly painful process, she's definitely appreciative of the caring people who are working to help her at this time.

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