The 50-year-old shared a horrific photo of her burned down house on Sunday morning. "Sadly my house couldn’t be saved," she wrote. "The courageous firefighters were able to save my cars and personal items recovered from my home."
“Camille was supposed to go to France with the other women but the fires changed her plans at the last minute,” a source close to her revealed to Us Weekly.
“Camille only had time to pack a few suitcases when the evacuations were ordered," the source continued. "She took some of her jewelry, passport and other items. She will rebuild, and she is thankful that she, her husband David C. Meyer and kids are safe.”
RHOBH newbie Denise Richards may also not make it on the overseas trip. She posted a photo this past Saturday that showed the Wild Things actress with her husband Aaron Phypers and their friends all wearing breathing masks. "Exhausted, delirious, so grateful to get our fur babies out of our ranch & also able to help a rescue group with theirs," she wrote on Instagram. "Thank you to all the firefighters & volunteers working tirelessly & helping all of us.."
Camille joins several other celebrities whose homes have been affected by the California wildfires. Gerard Butler shared a horrifyng photo of his Malibu property being "half gone" on Sunday.
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