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Blast From The Past: An Unrecognizable Kim Richards And Camille Grammer From 10 Years Ago! (Photos)

Check out Kim!

Talk about a blast from the past! The Real Housewives of Beverly HillsKim Richards looks like she belonged to the Real Teenagers of Beverly Hills back in 2004! Everyone’s favorite villainess Camille Grammer on the other hand looks exactly the same way she did ten years ago.

Paris Hilton‘s aunt looks unrecognizable in these photos that we’ve found. The hair, the choker, the burnt skin Kim has definitely stepped up her game in the fashion department since then.

Meanwhile, Camille looks exactly the same way she did back in 2000. She’s got the same style, the same hair and even the same pouty lips. We’d like to say that either Camille has really great genes, or a really great doctor.

Check out our photo gallery of Kim and Camille and tell us what you think! Also, don’t forget to tune into the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo every Monday 9/8c.


  • Camille Donatacci-Grammer 1 of 10
    Camille Donatacci-Grammer
    Camille and her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer back in 2002.
  • Kelsey Grammer 2 of 10
    Kelsey Grammer
    Boy were they in love!
  • Camille Donatacci-Grammer 3 of 10
    Camille Donatacci-Grammer
    Doesn't she look the same?
  • Kelsey Grammer 4 of 10
    Kelsey Grammer
    Here's Camille in 2000.
  • Kim Richards 5 of 10
    Kim Richards
    Kim Richards at the 2004 Hollywood Collectors Show at the Beverly Garlands Holiday Inn.
  • Kim Richards 6 of 10
    Kim Richards
    Wow Kim has changed!
  • Kim Richards 7 of 10
    Kim Richards
    She looks unrecognizable.
  • Kim Richards 8 of 10
    Kim Richards
    In fact, she looks like a teenager in these pics.
  • Kim Richards 9 of 10
    Kim Richards
    What do you think?
  • Kim Richards 10 of 10
    Kim Richards
    Did she look better than or now?
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Photos via PRPhotos.com

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