Camille said this in an interview with RadarOnline:
“There was always silly fighting on camera during previous seasons on ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’ This season is different though, and I’m deeply saddened about it. The one thing that had been different about this franchise as opposed to the others is that in the end, no matter what was going on, we were always there for each other.”
Camille is seen as one of the sweeter, less dramatic members of the “Real Housewives” cast. She’s been that extra shoulder for others to cry on and listens to everyone else’s problems. She wishes the other women practiced more of the same compassion towards each other. This season viewers may notice the women are taking sides — especially with the Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville battle going on. That somehow divided the cast in season 3.
Taylor Armstrong endured a tragic event when her husband, Russell, committed suicide. Camille compares the relationships that existed between the women then versus now.
“After Russell’s suicide, we all rallied around Taylor, no questions asked.” Camille said. “Sadly, that just wouldn’t happen now, and that is just awful.”
Distinct lines of support have been drawn on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” in season 3. Lisa Vanderpump defends Brandi and Kyle Richards sides with Adrienne. Strong feelings on both sides have been expressed by the whole cast. This is what Camille is referring to. As the drama escalates on the show, will they ever go back to how they used to be?
“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Monday nights on Bravo at 9 p.m., ET.