Kyle Richards and Camille Grammer have no doubt been at odds on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but Richards says departing cast member Grammer will leave a void in the Bravo series that will be tough to fill.
"It is very weird to me," Richards told Us Weekly at Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles of the Housewives atmosphere in the wake of Grammer's decision to leave the show after two seasons.
"We all started out together. We've been through so much together and we're all very bonded," Richards explains of the cast, which also includes Taylor Armstrong, Adrienne Maloof, Lisa VanderPump and Kyle's sister Kim Richards.
Although she and Grammer frequently had words -- Grammer famously declared Richards a "bully" during the season 1 reunion -- Richards says it'll be hard to get used to filming without her costar.
"Even if we have our moments and we want to strangle each other at times, it feels weird," Richards reasoned. "I'm not a good person with change -- I don't like change."
Though a Grammer source told Us the reality star "[didn't] want to expose her personal life anymore," Grammer claimed the ouster was "mutual," and if she had her way, she'd be back for another round. "I think I would have done it, definitely," the former dancer and Playboy model told Us.
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This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kyle Richards: Real Housewives Is "Weird" Without Camille Grammer