With a messy split depicted weekly on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Camille Grammer continues to be candid about her on-going divorce from husband, "Frasier" actor Kelsey Grammer.
During Thursday's episode of the Bravo talk show "Watch What Happens Live," Grammer says that while she was in New York City, she met Kelsey Grammer's then girlfriend Kayte Walsh. The meeting occurred when she brought the couple's two children, 9-year-old daughter Mason and 6-year-old son Jude, for a visit with their father.
"She was nice, and we both said hello. She has a very strong handshake," Camille Grammer said during the talk show, according to the New York Daily News. "It was uncomfortable. Kelsey looked shocked. The look on his face!"
Grammer, a 42-year-old former Playboy model, filed for divorce from Kelsey Grammer in July after being married since 1997. She is his third wife. Walsh, 29, is a British flight attendant who suffered a miscarriage earlier this year after becoming pregnant with Kelsey Grammer's fifth child.
The reality star later added, "It's the first time I've seen him in a long time but it's the first time I've seen him and her together. And with my children, that was uncomfortable."
Making matters even more difficult is the former couple's divorce battle. Previously the actor filed a request that would allow his marriage to be dissolved while the fight over assets continued to be negotiated. On January 12, Camille Grammer filed paper work asking that Kelsey Grammer's request be denied stating that his request was "solely for the reason that he intends to remarry as soon as possible," according to People.
"I do not believe his is a sufficient reason to prejudice my rights to the community estate, especially given the large and complex nature of our estate," her paperwork said. A hearing is set for the matter is set for January 26.
In December, she reportedly rejected an offer of $30 million for a divorce settlement from ex-husband, actor Kelsey Grammer because, according to the New York Post's Page Six, the offer did not include alimony or child support.
Grammer told People magazine in December that he and Walsh are pushing for a wedding because, "we are engaged, and we are engaged because we are in love and see no reason to postpone our happiness any longer."