Camille Grammer totally OK with Kelsey and Kayte expecting twins?
After Kelsey went public Sunday at the Golden Globe Awards about the twins he's expecting with new wife Kayte Walsh, Camille on Tuesday dropped a little note: "We are happy for him and his wife."
In response to an outraged fan who said she didn't have to be that way after he'd cheated on her, she wrote, "Agreed. But there is no need to hold on to any negativity."
Later, she tweeted, "I have known for a couple of months. It wasn't much of a surprise."
Not every day one of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" is connected to a calm lack of drama, eh?
The claim that she's known for a while contradicts a report out Monday saying she learned about the babies from the media on Sunday.
Kelsey Grammer, the star of Starz's "Boss," won a Golden Globe on Sunday for actor in a TV series. Backstage, he told reporters, "Right now I'm really happy gearing up for the second season. And my wife and I are expecting so there's a lot on our plate." He described Kayte as "one of the most loving, amazing, warm human beings I've ever met."
Camille Grammer told the Huffington Post last week that "It's so unfortunate that he still talks about private matters. It's hurtful to me and its disrespectful to our children. He's not thinking of the kids when he's doing stuff like that."
Walsh and Kelsey Grammer got engaged in December 2010. Camille filed for divorce on July 1, 2010, shortly before stories surfaced about Kelsey's new flight attendant girlfriend. News that Walsh was pregnant with Kelsey's child went public in August 2010; in October they announced that she'd miscarried.
Kelsey Grammer is already a father of four; two of them, his 10- and 7-year-old kids with Camille, are still the subjects of a complicated custody battle.
The Grammers' divorce was final last February, about two weeks before Kelsey and Kayte got married on a Broadway stage.
Thoughts about Camille Grammer apparently taking the high road?
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Photo: Camille Grammer in New York City on Jan. 10. Credit: Neilson Barnard / Getty Images