Kelsey Grammer's Daughter Mason Is a Model Now
Kelsey Grammer’s daughter with ex-wife Camille of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has taken her place in the modeling world.
Mason, born on October 24, 2001, has grown up to be gorgeous, with a face worthy of the world’s best fashion magazines.
"I told her, 'Mason, you can go. Please, if you want to go to your Daddy's wedding, please do,' and she said, 'No, Mommy. I want to go to my talent show.'"
Camille Donatacci Grammer and Kelsey Grammer at Providence on April 18, 2010 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
Camille and Mason once walked the New York Fashion Week runway. Mason has seemed to have inherited her famous mother’s knack for nailing bikini style.
In an Instagram post, Mason posed in a color-blocked black and blue bikini. She has close to 18,000 followers on Instagram, where she shows off her different looks as a runway model. She also shares throwback photos, including one with her father.
A WINNER IN GENETIC LOTTERY
The young model is a head-turner, with her long blonde hair, piercing blue eyes, and slender frame. She clearly inherited her parents’ genes. She takes after her slim, blonde mother. She got her intense blue eyes from her father, who is a multi-awarded actor.
His father, actor Kelsey, and his reality star mother, Camille, famously split in 2010 after Kelsey left Camille for a younger woman.
Kelsey and Camille used a surrogate to bring Mason into the world. Surrogacy became the couple’s best option because of Camille’s health issues. The couple hired a nurse from Sacramento.
Mason was only nine years old when her parents split, and her father married Kayte Walsh in 2011. Camille and Mason were absent at the wedding. Explaining their absence, Camille said:
"My daughter has a talent show that day that she's been working on for two months now. I told her, 'Mason, you can go. Please, if you want to go to your Daddy's wedding, please do,' and she said, 'No, Mommy. I want to go to my talent show.'"
KELSEY'S FAMILY TRAGEDIES
Kelsey, popularly known for his skillful portrayal of psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane on the NBC sitcoms “Cheers” and “Frasier,” has struggled with constant substance abuse. He partly blamed his substance abuse on three family tragedies.
His sister, Karen, had been at the peak of her youth at 18 when infamous spree killer Freddie Glenn abducted, gang-raped, and murdered her in 1975.
When he clocked 13 years old, his estranged father was also murdered by a psychopath. Also, his two step-brothers died in a scuba-diving accident.