Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Camille Grammer: Time (and Lots of Sex!) Will Help Adrienne Maloof

11/13/2012 at 03:00 PM EST

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Camille Grammer on Adrienne Maloof's Divorce
Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof
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Camille Grammer has been through the kind of hellish time that Adrienne Maloof is experiencing these days. But it's nothing a little time and a new man can't fix, Grammer says.

"She is staying strong. It's a very difficult time for her. A public divorce on a reality show – it was impossible for me, so I empathize with her," Grammer, 44, told PEOPLE Monday at TV Guide's annual Hot List Party in West Hollywood.

Maloof, 51, and Dr. Paul Nassif just reached a divorce settlement. And Grammer says she has been in touch with her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costar to talk girlfriend to girlfriend.

"She'll get by. It just takes a while," says Grammer.



What's the secret to getting through it? New love – and lots of sex, she says.

"A man helps, you know," she says. "Sexual healing helps."

The more of it, the better, in fact. "At our age, I can't believe it," says Grammer, whose romance with Dimitri Charalambopoulos will be featured on the Bravo show. "It's like three times a day, and I am like, 'Oh my God.' It's a great workout. The first year it was three times a day. It was insane."

She adds: "Who doesn't love a great partner in bed? I mean, come on. Especially after a bad divorce."

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