Camille Grammer’s Reaction to Kelsey’s Baby News Shows Her True Colors

camille grammerLast week we talked about Camille Grammer's classy move to drop ex-husband Kelsey's last name, and now, believe it or not, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star seems to be on some sort of classy lady hot streak. Despite being an absolute villain in season one, Camille's done a 180 and has showed us her mature, well-mannered side. After Kelsey's big announcement at the Golden Globes that he and new wife Kayte are expecting twins, Camille, once again, took the high road.

She took to Twitter to share her thoughts on the news.


She tweeted to the masses that she's known for sometime now about Kelsey and Kayte's pregnancy, and only wishes them the best. She said that she and her two children that she shares with Kelsey are happy for him and Kayte, and that "there's no need to hold onto any negativity."

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Now. We all know that behind closed doors, Camille is screaming into a pillow, cursing the heartless asshole for all the wrong he's done to her. Maybe she's got that psycho psychic Allison DuBois on the horn, asking her questions about her future while she smokes an electronic cigarette and burns gifts Kelsey's given her. That's what I'd be doing, at least. Because, you know, you can do anything in private. You can grieve however the hell you want. But it's in public where your image is formed.

And Camille seems to get that. Everything she's said or done in public (via her blog, her tweets, interviews, etc.) has been without the slightest hint of bitterness. It may be a little cold, or a little un-heartfelt, but her words have been nothing but supportive and gracious. She really knows how to handle herself and sets a good example for women going through a bad split.

You can do whatever you want behind closed doors, but don't let your temporary anger and heartache make you say things in public that will sully your reputation. It may make you feel better in the moment, but it will only hurt you in the long run.

Do you think Camille's setting a good example?


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