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Denise Richards Sees Her House for the First Time After the Wildfires: "We Are So Lucky"

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom is in shock after seeing the devastation caused by California's wildfires.

By Talia Ergas
Denise Richards Surveys the Damage Done by the California Wildfires

While The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ladies were vacationing at a nine-bedroom French chateau, Denise Richards and Camille Grammer were facing a scary reality: Their homes were in serious danger amid California's Woolsey wildfires last fall, and they were forced to evacuate with their families.

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Sadly, Camille's 6,000-square-foot Malibu mansion was badly burned, and she needed to move out of it and reside in a trailer while she waited for her seaside beach house to be ready. In the clip above, Denise and her new husband, Aaron Phypers, return to their community for the first time since evacuating to see if their house is still standing. 

"I don't know how they got these fires out. Look at how fast they've moved," a stunned Denise says while she and Aaron drive through blackened hills. "I cannot believe how much f--king burned." 

Watch the clip above to see the heartbreaking moment, and to see Denise and Aaron enter their home for the first time since evacuating.

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