It's been more than four years since their divorce and Camille Grammer still minces no words when it comes to ex-husband and Frasier alum, Kelsey Grammer.

The 46-year-old, who shares a son and daughter with the 59-year-old actor, talked about the aftermath of their breakup in a joint interview with fellow former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast members Adrienne Maloof and Taylor Armstrong on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live on Tuesday, after the premiere of the reality show's fifth season. The three make cameos in the new episodes.

"Is he being a dick to you?" host Andy Cohen asked.

"Total dick," replied Camille, who has talked about her ex in the press before. "He's an ass. I can say it all night."

The actor has not responded to her remarks.

"Does he speak to you?" Cohen asked.

"No, that's why," she said. "He has to learn to love his kids more than he hates me."

She said co-parenting with Kelsey was "terrible" and that that she didn't think they had ever had a conversation without a mediator since they broke up.

Camille filed for divorce from Kelsey in July 2010 after 13 years of marriage and three months after the actor made his Broadway debut in a revival of the musical La Cage aux Folles.

Kelsey filed his own divorce documents as well and said at the time that he and Camille had "been discussing the possibility of a separation for some time" and that the two had "shared many wonderful things" throughout their relationship. In a 2012 interview on Oprah's Next Chapter, Kelsey called their marriage a "sentence" that was "self-imposed."

In August 2010, a month after the divorce filing, it was confirmed Kelsey and a new girlfriend, Kayte Walsh, were expecting their first child together. Sadly, she suffered a miscarriage.

Kelsey's rep revealed the following December that the couple was engaged. His and Camille's divorce was finalized in February 2011. That month, he and his fiancée wed at the Broadway show's venue, the Longacre Theatre in New York. They welcomed a daughter the following July.

In 2012, Camille and Kelsey reached a settlement regarding custody of their children as well as division of properties. Camille told E! News that year, "I'm glad my ex settled for 50-50 and that's positive for me and my children."

 On Watch What Happens Live on Tuesday, Camille mentioned she bought a new residence, on the Big Island in Hawaii, after selling a previous property in the state

"You're SO rich," Cohen said. "I gotta tell you something...I feel terrible about this whole Kelsey thing but you cashed out in such a big way, so at least I AM happy for that,"

"I worked for that, baby," she replied, laughing. "Stomach problems, health."

Camille had battled endometrial cancer in October 2013.

"No, you suffered for that," Cohen said. "Let me tell you something. You had to go backstage at that fakakta play and he was such a dick to you."

On one episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the two are filming having an icy conversation backstage at his Broadway show.

"Wasn't he? Thank you," she said. "Everybody saw that." 

And in the spirit of Thanksgiving, just a few days away, Cohen's cartoon doppelganger, Pilgrim Andy, also chatted with Camille about her ex.

"Who's the bigger turkey in need of stuffing, [former cast member] Paul Nassif or Kelsey Grammer?" he asked.

"Kelsey Grammer, by far!" she said, giving two thumbs up, then two thumbs down.

In 2011, she told E! News she still cared about Kelsey, adding, "I'm really disappointed about how it went down. I think what he's done to me is horrible, disrespectful to myself and to my children, but I just want to move forward with my life."

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