Not all Real Housewives' marriages end with a happily ever after. And while Camille Grammer wed David C. Meyer back in October, fans got to see firsthand the dissolution of her marriage to Kelsey Grammer during the early days of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Their split, finalized in 2011, wasn't just difficult to watch, it also was a lot for the family to deal with, as her daughter, Mason Grammer, recently explained.
"It was the hardest time of my life,” Mason told Genlux about her parents' separation, via Page Six. “I changed a lot after that. I had to grow up faster because I had a lot more responsibilities. My dad wasn’t around, so I didn’t see him much, and my mom had such a hard time. I became my younger brother’s mom. Everyone was on edge."
Together, Camille and Kelsey have two teen kids: Mason and son Jude. And while Mason and her father are on good terms currently (“[I] can talk to him about everything"), the exes remain just as divided. "My parents still don’t talk," Mason said. "At all. Ever.”
Earlier this year, during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Camille addressed how she and her estranged ex-husband manage to co-parent their children despite not communicating with one another. Check it out, below.