Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer has officially tied the know with her longtime love David C. Meyer.
The couple exchanged vows at a private beach club in Hawaii on Saturday surround by their family and friends.
Both of Camille’s children with her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer were in attendance. Mason Grammer, 16, was a bridesmaid while her brother Jude Grammer, 14, walked his mom down the aisle; a moment their mom called “very special.”
“This is my next chapter,” Camille told PEOPLE about her nuptials. “I’m so excited to start our life together.”
The RHOBH star and David began dating in 2016 and were engaged the following year.
“I love the way he loves me,” she says. “It means so much to me. And I know we will honor our commitment to each other for the rest of our lives.”
While rumors are rampant as to why Lisa skipped out on Camille’s big day, PEOPLE reports that the reasoning behind LVP’s absence is not as salacious as it’s being made out to be.
“She’s going through a lot right now,” a source close to the RHOBH star tells PEOPLE. “It’s not been the best time for her.”
“Lisa’s choosing not to film during any of the group activities,” says the source, who points out that the drama started after Lisa Rinna allegedly called out LVP for not participating in a cast photo shoot. “Lisa doesn’t want to be around the women as a group, so she’s getting less filming time. But nobody has quit. She’s definitely still on the show.”
However, Camille says she “understands” why LVP wasn’t at her wedding. “I respect her decision,” Camille tells PEOPLE. “Lisa was very apologetic about it.”
“She encouraged me to take a leap of faith on this journey,” reveals Camille. “She really did. She told me, ‘You’ve got to take a leap!’”
As for why LVP decided not to attend Camille’s wedding sources say the death of her brother in May “took a toll” on the reality star. Plus tension with her RHOBH co-stars is at an all-time high.
“It’s not about putting on anybody else. I don’t need support. I don’t need sympathy. I just need to process it myself. It’s been hard,” LVP told E! News. “Yes, I am a strong woman but I’m still emotionally vulnerable.”
“I think A lot of people who follow me and know me know that this year has been much more challenging for me than a normal year,” she continued. “I have done 320 episodes of reality television. This year, there were certain things that felt very different to me. I’m not having a go at anybody, I never do, because it’s not who I want to be, it’s not who I want to be. I want to focus on things for the greater good and carry on doing what we’re doing and try to enjoy my life.”
Lisa further opened up about her brother’s passing on Twitter this weekend telling fans, “it has been overwhelming.”
Meanwhile, Lisa spent her weekend attending a Dodgers game and handing around Los Angeles.