The couple went through a Camille opened up Andy Cohen about the split even more last year, calling her ex a "total d***." "He's an a**. "He has to learn to love his kids more than he hates me.
That's the bottom line." They had two children together by surrogate, 15-year-old daughter, Mason, and 11-year-old son, Jude.
According to Camille, the two really don't have any kind of relationship since their 13-year marriage came to an end. I always thought that we could stay amicable," Camille shared.
"[But] I've learned to live with that fact that maybe this is just the way it's going to be and I've accepted it now." While she admitted that the disconnect between her and Kelsey "affected the kids for a very long time," Camille said that their children are now "doing great," and are "learning to be more independent." In fact, she even revealed that her daughter is undergoing therapy "to empower herself." "I don't want her to go through life being put in a position [where] she feels less than because of anything that Kelsey and I have been through in our life," Camille explained.
"You'd really have to ask him, and since I'm not a therapist I can only guess, but maybe there's some guilt on his part," she suggested.
"My daughter talked to him a couple of times and said, 'Dad, why don't you talk to mom? "Any time something happened [to him], I would have reached out." WATCH: Camille Grammer Says Kelsey 'Refuses' to Communicate With Her Camille said that during their marriage, Kelsey suffered a major heart attack and she was "right by his side" as he recovered. I don't expect anything like that, but [there wasn't] even a letter to say, 'Are you okay?
She started her career as a dancer, model, and actress, and worked as a producer and writer for Grammnet Productions.
She was married to Kelsey Grammer from 1997 to 2011.
"Both mother and son are doing great," the star's rep told People.
While no longer a main cast member of the show, she still often makes semi-regular Housewives appearances.
The January 13, 2011 episode of the show, in which Grammer revealed that her husband wanted out of their marriage, was the No.
He has won five Primetime Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and one Tony Award, and has also worked as a television producer, director, writer, and as a voice actor on The Simpsons as Sideshow Bob (for which he received his fifth Primetime Emmy).
Grammer has been married four times and has seven children. Grammer was two years old when his parents divorced.