Camille Grammer, Fiance David C. Meyer Reportedly Set Wedding Date

Camille Grammer is headed to Hawaii!

According to an Us Weekly exclusive, published on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and fiancé David C. Meyer are currently planning a destination wedding.

The couple's big day will reportedly take place "on the Big Island of Hawaii" during "one of the last weekends in October," a source told the magazine. The insider went on to note that while Grammer "has never been happier," her soon-to-be-husband is "completely in love with Camille and excited to start their life together."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, the reality TV star made headlines in late June 2018 after going on a Twitter rant about her current relationship with estranged ex Kelsey Grammer. "I don't begrudge him his happiness," Camille, who suffered her second cancer scare last December, wrote to her fans after the Frasier alum raved about his new life with wife Kayte Walsh in an interview. 

She added, "What's unnerving is that fact I was there to help him get through some of his hardships and supported his career and his sobriety. I was rt by his side and he acts like I never existed that's disappointing. We were together through his success."

The former couple, who married in 1997, had been together for 13 years before the former Playboy model filed for divorce. They share two children together, daughter Mason Olivia and son Jude Gordon.

While Camille and her lawyer fiancé, who announced their engagement last fall, finalize the details of their upcoming nuptials, a number of other celeb couples have recently taken their first steps toward marriage. David Foster proposed to Katharine McPhee during their Capri vacation in early July. The news came only months after they confirmed their relationship at the Met Gala.

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin shocked fans with engagement news over the weekend. The "Sorry" singer and his on-and-off model girlfriend had just rekindled their romance in June. Ariana Grande, who came to her fellow pop star's defense after his quick engagement was met with criticism, has had a whirlwind romance of her own with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. The two made headlines last month when they also became engaged after only a few weeks of dating.