Camille Grammer says soon-to-be-ex-husband Kelsey Grammer is set to marry his girlfriend Kayte Walsh in January and adds that she still loves him.
Earlier this month, it was announced the 55-year-old actor, who starred in the shows "Frasier" and "Cheers", had become engaged to Walsh, a 29-year-old British flight attendant. Kelsey Grammer's spokesperson told OnTheRedCarpet.com he did not know if a wedding date was set but added that it was unlikely the actor would wed in January because his divorce has not yet been finalized.
"I got word that he's getting married in January," Camille Grammer told the television show "Extra" in a video interview, adding that she heard the news from attorneys.
"We don't speak on the phone," she said. "Right now it's through email and lawyers. I still love my husband, my soon-to-be-ex-husband. I respect him as a person. I don't respect the way he had handled the affair and the divorce and the way things went down."
Camille Grammer, a 42-year-old cast member of the Bravo reality show "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and a former Playboy model, filed for divorce from Kelsey Grammer in July after being married since 1997. She is his third wife and the two are parents to Mason, 9, and Jude, 6.
Kelsey Grammer and Walsh were photographed together in public in August. She suffered a miscarriage earlier this year after becoming pregnant with his fifth child.
Kelsey Grammer was also married to dance instructor Doreen Alderman from 1982 to 1990 and they have one daughter, 27-year-old Spencer, who stars in the ABC Family comedy series "Greek". Grammer and former stripper Leigh-Anne Csuhany were married from 1992 to 1993 and have no children. During this time, he had a daughter, Greer, out of wedlock. She is now 18 years old.
Aside from playing the title role of a radio therapist on "Frasier", a part he originated on the 1980s series "Cheers", Kelsey Grammer also starred on the show "Hank" in 2009, played Beast in the movie "X-Men: The Last Stand" and voices the psychopath Sideshow Bob on the animated sitcom "The Simpsons".
He is also the voice of the Tin Man in the new animated "Wizard of Oz" reboot, "Dorothy of Oz", which stars "Glee" actress Lea Michele as Dorothy and is set for release in 2012.