Camille Grammer will not attend the taping of the reunion show for The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, and will not return for season 4.
The taping of the reunion show for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is scheduled to tape on March 1. An insider with knowledge of Grammer's plans shared the details before the reality star publicly confirmed her exit.
"Camille has decided not to go to the reunion taping," a source told Radar Online. "She wasn't on the show that much during the past season and feels there really isn't any need for to her to go. Camille has also told producers that she won't be returning for the fourth season," the source said.
"She was so thankful for the opportunity to be on the show and made some great friends, but it's just time now for her to move on."
According to the source, Grammer has set her sights on other projects.
"Camille has some very exciting projects in the works, and that's what she wants to concentrate on."
The source added that while Grammer has moved on, she looks forward to seeing her RHOBH co-star Lisa Vanderpump on Dancng with the Stars later this month. ABC announced that Vanderpump has become a contestant for season 16 of the dance reality show.
"(Camille) wishes all of the ladies nothing but the best though and will definitely be rooting for Lisa Vanderpump on Dancing with the Stars!"
The former Playboy model was married to former Cheers star Kelsey Grammer for more than 10 years before he filed for divorce in 2010. They have two children together and their divorce was finalized in 2011. The proceedings played out on the first season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The Frasier star decided to split from Camille, his third wife, after he met Kayte Walsh, a flight attendant during one of his plane rides in 2010. Two weeks after his divorce from Camille, Kelsey married Kayte and the couple had a daughter named Faith.
Camille has been dating Greek businessman Dimitri Charalambopoulos for more than a year.