Camille Grammer and her husband, David C. Meyer, lost their Malibu home to the Woolsey fire in Los Angeles earlier this month, just weeks after tying the knot in a romantic ceremony in Hawaii. Throughout the past several days, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star has been keeping her fans and followers in the loop with her family's status amid the raging wildfires and on Thursday, November 15, she shared a photo of "what's left."

According to Us Weekly magazine, Grammer posted a series of photos on her Instagram account, one of which included the charred remains of her once-stunning mansion, and others that featured the home prior to the devastating fire.

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"This is what’s left of my home. We can replace/ rebuild our home but we can’t replace people we have lost," Grammer wrote in the caption of her post.

Camille Grammer's assistant passed away

Also in her Instagram caption, the mother of two revealed she lost her assistant Scott, who she'd worked with for over two decades, two days before the fires hit Malibu.

As Camille Grammer explained, she's still grieving over the loss of Scott and will continue to do so because he was like part of her family. "To those out there that are yelling at officials and firemen why their houses weren’t saved let’s put things in perspective here," she wrote. "You are alive. You are safe."

Camille Grammer went on to encourage her fans and followers online to thank the Los Angeles firefighters, and firefighters who have ventured to Los Angeles to aid in the efforts, for saving as many lives as they possibly could.

Camille Grammer's home was worth $3.2 million

According to Us Weekly magazine, Grammer revealed to her fans and followers on Sunday, November 11, that her 6,000-square-foot Malibu mansion, worth a reported $3.2 million, had fallen victim to the flames [VIDEO] of the Woolsey fire as it spread to her neighborhood and the surrounding areas, including Calabasas, West Hills, and Oak Park.

At the same time, Grammer revealed the courageous firefighters had saved her cars and personal items.

Years ago, during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Grammer said her two kids, Mason and Jude, "love this house," and love that they have their own spaces but are also close to their mom. “They love that now," she joked. "When they get a little older, they’re not going to like that so much.”

To see more of Camille Grammer and her family, don't miss the upcoming return of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which is expected to premiere on Bravo TV sometime next year.