Mason Grammer recently got the chance to walk in the Malan Breton’s NYFW show at Cipriani 42nd Street, Nicole Miller’s NYFW show at Industria NYC and attended the ARTISTIX Fashion show during NYFW at Rolls Royce Manhattan. Blasting News got the chance to talk to Camille and Mason both about Mason's fashion career and of course, Camille's time on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Here is what they had to say about it.

First Mason answered a few questions about her life now

How do you balance school and modeling?

I balance both pretty well. I manage to stay on top of everything and I get all of my work done on time.

School is my number one priority.

How was walking in Nicole Miller's show?

Mason - Awesome, I loved it! Casting was super scary, but I got it! I was so excited! All of the clothes were so beautiful. I don’t know what the future holds, but I’m enjoying it so much now.

Camille - She had to prove herself. She was nervous, but she pulled through. It’s great for her self-confidence as a teen. Self-confidence really helps with shyness. I was shy as a kid and I got into acting while I was in high school. It really helped me. This is something that’s her own and she’s passionate about it. I think it teaches independence and to push yourself to go beyond your comfort zone. It’s helping her prepare for the future.

You recently signed with a modeling agency. Can you tell me more information?

I signed with David Todd Models Management. I’ve started going to interviews and casting for shows. It’s really exciting!

What is your favorite social network for fans to follow you on?

Mason –Instagram. I have Snapchat too, but I use Instagram more.

Camille – It’s so important for her to connect with fans and other teens out there. Social media is the perfect platform.

Camille Grammer talks reality TV and more

Would you ever go back full-time to 'RHOBH'?

I would, of course, consider it. I do have a lot going on in my personal life right now. I’m a single mom and I’m recovering from my recent cancer treatment.

The show has a lot of moving pieces, it’s a chess game in a way. Some people you get along with, and others you don’t. Sometimes cruel words are said. I have been in an emotionally fragile state for a while, but I think I would be ready if I choose to go back. I’m more equipped and stronger mentally. Things are coming into place in my life.

How does it feel to be walking with your daughter in shows now?

I was so proud to walk with Mason! I was beyond proud; exhilarated! Malan asked us both to walk. He’s such a fantastic human being and he has taken us under his wing. I had fun and just enjoyed it! It’s all about making memories and having fun these days. Life is too short. I am thrilled and honored to see Mason grow into the lovely young lady she is becoming.

What do you have going on with your life?

I’m working with the Foundation for Women’s Cancer. I’m co-chair for the race in November. My goal is to help spread awareness for gynecologic cancers and teach women to read their bodies. As women, we sometimes forget to take care of ourselves. Early detection is key and regular checkups are so imperative. Mason came with me to Washington last November and spoke alongside me on Capitol Hill. She spoke as a daughter with a mother who has cancer. Her involvement helps get other teens involved and helps raise awareness in her age group. I’m proud that she wants to be involved, it’s a great opportunity for her to learn and grow.

It sounds like things are going great for Mason and Camille Grammer right now!