Former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer will reportedly receive $30 million in her divorce settlement from Kelsey Grammer, according to a report.
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Camille, 44, filed for divorce from Kelsey, 57, in 2010 after 13 years of marriage following his alleged affair with his current wife Kayte Walsh. Although the divorce was finalized in 2011, the exes are only now finalizing a $60 million property dispute and they are said to be "very close" to their agreement, according to TMZ.com.
The mother of two is anticipated to receive 50 percent of their assets, and although critics previously estimated that she would walk away with at least $50 million, it has been confirmed that her settlement amount ismuch less at $30 million.
Kelsey had previously offered Camille a $30 million settlement in December, which she allegedly rejected with hopes of getting more money.
"Camille rejected an offer from Kelsey just before Christmas. He told her through his lawyers that she'd get enough in the settlement," a source previously told Page Six.
Some reports previously claimed that Camille was still bitter about Kelsey's alleged affair with Kayte, with critics suggesting that her bitterness had motivated her to seek more than his initial offer.
"Camille has accepted their marriage is over and that he wants to marry Kayte in January. Camille wants it all over, too. But what she can't accept is how he's parading around Kayte, who looks like the cat who swallowed the canary. Their public make-out sessions are really insensitive because of their kids," the source previously said.
The news comes more than six months after the pair agreed on joint custody of their two children Mason, 10, and Jude, 7.
"I have a great many mixed feelings about today -- I'm sad for what was, yet excited about the road ahead. What I most hope is that Kelsey and I can improve our communications and truly co-parent our two wonderful children, and I wish Kelsey and Kayte love and happiness in their new marriage," Camille previously told TMZ.