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“It’s something I’ve been toying with the last three years,” Camille Grammer told reporters Saturday at the Family Equality Council’s 2017 Impact Awards in L.A. “I’ve been asked. Maybe next year, we’ll see. You know, after the reunion and after this season, and after casting, we’ll see how they feel about it. We’ll be back and we can all discuss it.”
Grammer, 48, starred in the first two seasons of the hit Bravo show — now in its seventh season — and has appeared as a friend and guest in episodes after she left.
While nothing is set in stone, the TV personality said she has hesitations about jumping back into the spotlight the drama-fueled show shines.
“Well, it’s exposing your personal life, which was very difficult in the first season; I had a very tough time,” said Grammer, whose divorce from actor Kelsey Grammer was documented during her time on the show.
“Going through divorce while shooting a reality show is terrible. Divorce alone is a very hard thing to go through, and having the public weigh in on it makes it worse. It was very tough times for me,” she added. “So the pros and cons are: How much do I want the public to see my life? And also I have two children. I want to protect them from certain things; I’m a very protective mother. Maybe if I was married I’d do it. But as a single mom, I feel more exposed. I don’t have the support. I have a boyfriend, we just started dating the last several months. And again, do I want to throw him into the mix? Oh my god, the craziness of it.”