‘RHOBH’ Star Camille Grammer Shares More Heartbreaking Images Of Burnt Down Home

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The devastating Woolsey fire might be out of the news, but survivors of the travesty are still reeling in their losses. The destructive fire spanned over 96,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties and decimated over 1,600 structures. Camille Grammer’s home was one of those structures that didn’t survive, with her Malibu home turning to ash and rubble when it was all over.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star first shared a photo from the destruction on November 11 and then later on the 15th. Her first Instagram post showed her stunning home ablaze, with another post showing the horrific aftermath as her home had turned into nothing but burnt black beams.

“Sadly my house couldn’t be saved. The courageous firefighters were able to save my cars and personal items recovered from my home,” she posted. Camille went on to thank neighbors, friends, and the fireman who helped her during their evacuation and let her fans know she and her family were safe.

The mother of two is now sharing more up to date photos on Instagram of the destruction as she was able to visit the site of her home. Camille noted she was going through items she was able to retrieve from her house, with pictures of her children taking center stage. The reality star shared an image of photos of her kids, Mason and Jude, when they were younger. The pictures were remarkably intact for surviving such a catastrophic fire.

The second image in the post was taken from behind a caution tape line that read “Danger.” The picture appeared to be of a living room area that was covered in black ash. Busted sheetrock, beams, and burnt furniture were all that remained in the room, with nothing salvageable in sight.

Camille also shared a selfie in front of her burned-out home. With her hair pulled back in a ponytail and black sunglasses, the RHOBH star stared into the camera with a blank look on her face. In the background is one of the sides of her house which is almost unrecognizable as it was completely covered in black ash.

The last photo in the post was of Camille’s kitchen, which had beams falling from the destroyed ceiling. The floor is covered in cardboard boxes, wood, and lighting which was dangling from above.

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This is what’s left of my home. We can replace/ rebuild our home but we can’t replace people we have lost. I lost my assist of 20 plus years Scott two days before the fires. I’m still grieving and will continues to do so. He was family to me. So, to those out there that are yelling at officials and firemen why their houses weren’t saved let’s put things in perspective here. You are alive. You are safe. Let’s thank the firefighters for saving as many lives during this terrible disaster. We are here to help others and gather to rebuild what has been lost. Here are some pics of what is left of my house and memories from the past. I will keep these memories and hold them in my heart forever. Thanksgiving dinners, Christmas, Halloween, and charity events I hosted at my house. My family home will remain in my heart as I start to rebuild anew wherever that will be. My heart is with my family and friends. #malibustrong #woolseyfire I ❤️ Malibu!! My home always!!

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In her caption, Camille admitted what a difficult couple of weeks it had been since the Woolsey fire took hers and so many others’ homes. She admitted the pictures of her children made her happy and gave her a smile in such a difficult time.

Fellow cast member Kyle Richards commented on the post, noting how sad the photos were. Wilson Phillips member Carnie Wilson also commented letting her friend know she was sending love her way.

Camille will return to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for Season 9 as a friend of the housewives.