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RHOBH‘s Camille Grammer Marries David C. Meyer in Hawaii

From Real Housewife to, well, real-life wife — Camille Grammer just got hitched. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star tied the knot with boyfriend David C. Meyer on Saturday at a private beach club in Hawaii, according to People

“This is my next chapter. I’m so excited to start our life together,” she told People. 

Both of Grammer’s children (with ex-husband Kelsey Grammer) took part in the ceremony. Daughter Mason, 16, served as a bridesmaid, while son Jude, 14, walked Grammer down the aisle. So sweet! 

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Grammer and Meyer dated for more than a year before getting engaged in October 2017. They met in Malibu, where he resides. At the time of the engagement, a source reportedly close to the couple told People, “They’re just in love. There’s a casualness and easiness to their relationship. They’re a really happy, kind couple. He really loves her for her.”

Naturally, Grammer had some of her RHOBH ladies there to share in her big day. Castmate Kyle Richards served as a bridesmaid in the Hawaiian-inspired outdoor nuptials, while fellow Housewives Teddi Mellencamp, Dorit Kemsley and Lisa Rinna attended as guests. 

On Friday, presumably at the rehearsal dinner, Richards posted a photo of the women — including the bride-to-be — standing poolside, adorned with leis. 

On Saturday, she posted a photo of the group sans Grammer with the wedding tent (and a rainbow, to boot!) in the background. 

Several of Grammer’s other Housewives castmates couldn’t attend. Erika Jayne, who is currently on tour, had a performance in Chicago on Sunday. Denise Richards is on location in Connecticut filming a project with former Starship Troopers costar Patrick Muldoon. 

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As for fellow Housewife and fan favorite Lisa Vanderpump, a reason for her absence wasn’t immediately clear. However, Grammer told People she “understands” and respects Vanderpump’s decision, saying, “Lisa was very apologetic about it.” 

Grammer, a former model, starred on RHOBH for the first two seasons before taking on a guest role in subsequent seasons.

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