Camille Grammer Goes On Much-Needed Vacation After Her Home Burns Down

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Jan. 26 2019, Updated 12:25 a.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer went on a much-needed vacation earlier this week after her Malibu home tragically burned down in the California wildfires last month. Read on for all the details.

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Camille went on a ski vacay with her new husband David Meyer. They wed in Hawaii back in October.

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Her daughter Mason, whom she shares with ex-husband Kelsey Grammer, also came along for the winter excursion.

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The former model appeared upbeat and excited to be away on vacation, which is understandable given what she’s gone through lately.

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Camille’s Malibu home burned down a month after she wed David. She, along with other celebrities like Miley Cyrus, lost her property in the California wildfires that affected thousands of residents in The Golden State.

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She shared some heartbreaking photos from her damaged property, where she admitted that it’s been an “emotional and stressful couple of weeks.” Here’s hoping her vacation was a needed distraction from all the chaos at home.

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