Lisa Vanderpump is reportedly torn over whether or not she should attend Camille Grammer's upcoming wedding to David C. Meyer, which is expected to take place this weekend in Hawaii. According to a new report, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star is currently estranged from the majority of her co-stars and because of that, she isn't so sure if attending the event is what's best.

"Lisa is totally stressed out over Camille's wedding and the whole situation is really upsetting to her,” an insider close to the restauranteur explained to Hollywood Life on October 16.

The insider said Vanderpump likely won't attend the event, but no decisions have been officially made quite yet. According to another report from the same outlet, producers of the Bravo TV reality series are said to be begging" Vanderpump to attend her co-star's nuptials.

Lisa may attend Camille's wedding

Although the insider said it wasn't too likely that Vanderpump would be present when Camille Grammer walks down the aisle, they noted a "very slim chance" that an appearance will happen. As the source explained, Vanderpump doesn't want to deal with the drama that would likely occur if she opts out of attending.

Is Lisa done with 'RHOBH'?

Lisa Vanderpump has been featured in a full-time, official housewife role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" since the show began airing on Bravo TV years ago and is one of just two full-time cast members who has maintained their roles throughout the series' run.

(The other remaining original housewife is Kyle Richards). So, when it comes to picturing the show without her, that isn't an easy thing to do. Whether fans love or hate her, Vanderpump has long been a focal point on the series and would be missed if she was to quit.

Hollywood Life's report went on to reveal Vanderpump was considering walking away from the Bravo reality series after starring on the show for the past nine seasons.

As the outlet told readers, things are simply "that bad" between Vanderpump and the other ladies of the show. That said, Vanderpump absolutely adores the series and appreciates all it has done for her life outside of the network.

To see more of Lisa Vanderpump, Camille Grammer, and their co-stars, including Erika Girardi, Lisa Vanderpump, and Dorit Kemsley, tune into the upcoming ninth season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which is expected to premiere on Bravo TV sometime later this year.