Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer and her ex-husband, Frasier star Kelsey Grammer, settled their divorce years ago, but they have constantly been at odds over the co-parenting of their minor children, Mason and Jude. The former couple appeared to be headed for another nasty court battle over Jude’s school tuition and expenses, but they managed to work out their differences and reach an agreement.
According to The Blast, Camille and Kelsey agreed to split the cost of Jude’s tuition for an East Coast boarding school – $32,000 each – and Kelsey will cover all other school expenses, like books, counseling, and uniforms. The exes have also agreed to meet and discuss how they are going to split custody of their kids for future vacations and holidays.
Both Camille and Kelsey have moved on since their divorce in 2010, which reportedly netted Camille a $30 million settlement. Kelsey married Kayte Walsh in 2011, and Camille married David C. Meyer in 2018. Bravo featured Camille and David’s Hawaiian ceremony during Season 9 of RHOBH.
Even though the divorce happened nearly a decade ago and they have both moved on to new marriages, Camille and Kelsey still struggle with co-parenting. For years, Camille claimed that Kelsey wouldn’t speak to her, explaining that she has to go through second and third parties to communicate with her ex.
“I have to call an assistant to call his bookkeeper to get back to me. It would be amazing if we could just communicate, but he refuses to,” Camille told Entertainment Tonight back in 2015.
Mason told Genlux in a December 2018 interview that her parents still don’t speak, and Kelsey completely ignored his ex-wife when her house burned down in the Malibu wildfires last November.
Camille recently confirmed that she will not be returning to RHOBH for Season 10. She said that Bravo didn’t ask her to return, and now that Lisa Vanderpump is gone, it’s Kyle Richards’ show now.
As for Kelsey, he recently fueled rumors of a Frasier reboot when he was spotted in London carrying a script from the classic NBC sitcom.
New episodes of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return to Bravo in early 2020.