Camille Grammer is shaking up the new season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and it's already promising to be a juicy one.
ET chatted with the 48-year-old reality star at New York Fashion Week on Thursday, when she supported her 14-year-old daughter, Mason Grammer, who walked the runway for designer Malan Breton. Mason's father is Camille's ex-husband, actor Kelsey Grammer.
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"This is something, you know, it is all hers -- nothing to do with me or my ex-husband," Camille proudly told ET. "This is her own thing and I am very proud of her."
Camille confirmed she's currently filming for season seven of RHOBH. A production source tells ET that while Camille is back on the show, she's not a full-time cast member. Currently, the cast remains Lisa Vanderpump, Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne, Eileen Davidson and Dorit Kemsley. The mother of two hasn’t been a full-time cast member of the Bravo reality show since 2013, but has made appearances in almost every season since.
"We are filming now," Camille said, though she was careful to not give away too much. "We are in the throes of it now, and we had a fun party last week in Malibu, so you will see that in the show and that was really exciting."
Last week, Camille posted pics of a Great Gatsby-themed soiree she had in Malibu, California, and guests included her fellow RHOBH star, Kyle, as well as Kyle's husband, Mauricio Umansky.
Camille is, of course, bringing the drama to RHOBH's highly anticipated seventh season.
"There is drama this year, and there is a different type of drama," she says. "I don't know, I don't think that I can say too much ... but um, our show never lacks it. I can say that it never lacks the drama."
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ET also spoke with Camille in July, when she gushed about filming RHOBHand her famous girlfriends.
"Oh, I love being a part of it for what, it's gonna be six, seven seasons? Oh my God, that's a long time!" she acknowledged. "I call it my dysfunctional family, working with these girls -- but no, they're wonderful. I miss them when I'm not around them. They're fun."