Camille Grammer has been awarded half of ex-husband Kelsey Grammer’s retirement fund.
The 49-year-old former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star will receive 50% of the money, according to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight on Friday.
A judge signed off on the order in October, meaning Camille will be entitled to half of what was put into the former Frasier star’s pension fund from the date of their marriage in 1997 to their separation in 2010.
The 62-year-old left Camille in 2010 after meeting and falling in love with Kayte Walsh, and the reality star filed legal papers to end their 13-year union in July that year.
Their divorce was finalized in February 2011, and Kelsey married Kayte two weeks later. The couple went on to welcome three children — Faith, five, Kelsey, three, and Auden, who’s about to turn one.
Camille and Kelsey share two children together: daughter Mason Olivia, 16, and son Jude Gordon, 13. The actor has two adult children, actresses Spencer and Greer, from his previous relationships with Doreen Alderman and Barrie Buckner, respectively.
The mother-of-two has also moved on from her messy divorce from Kelsey, as she is engaged to lawyer David C. Meyer, a source confirmed to Entertainment Tonight earlier this week.
The pair has dated for more than a year and met in Malibu, where Meyer lives.
“They’re just in love,” a source close to the couple told People magazine. “There’s a casualness and easiness to their relationship. They’re a really happy, kind couple. He really loves her for her.”
Earlier this year Camille gushed about her new love, and said: “There is a man on my arm. It’s a great thing … It’s going really well. I’m really happy.”