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EXCLUSIVE: Camille Grammer's wedding dress is salvaged from the ruins of her $3.2m Malibu mansion destroyed by the Woolsey Canyon wildfire as she thanks firefighters for recovering precious keepsakes — and her Ferrari

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 11/16/2018 Ryan Parry West Coast Editor For Dailymail.com

Firefighters battling the Woolsey Canyon wildfire in Malibu, California saved the wedding dress of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer seconds before her home was destroyed, DailyMailTV can reveal.

Camille Grammer's wedding dress was salvaged from the ruins of her mansion by firefighters battling the Woolsey Canyon wildfire in Malibu. The dress is seen bundled up in a garment bag along with other personal items rescued from the home © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Camille Grammer's wedding dress was salvaged from the ruins of her mansion by firefighters battling the Woolsey Canyon wildfire in Malibu. The dress is seen bundled up in a garment bag along with other personal items rescued from the home The cherished designer floral dress - which Grammer wore to walk down the aisle in Hawaii less than a month ago - was saved along with other personal items as well as the star's two luxury cars.

The 50-year-old TV personality revealed early Sunday morning that her home was claimed by the fire, which wreaked havoc in the seaside community.

Now DailyMailTV has obtained exclusive photos of the blaze which shows her wedding gown in a garment bag sat next to a number of paintings and vases on a neighbor's driveway.

DailyMailTV obtained exclusive photos of the blaze which show Camille's wedding gown in a garment bag sat next to a number of paintings and vases on a neighbor's driveway

DailyMailTV obtained exclusive photos of the blaze which show Camille's wedding gown in a garment bag sat next to a number of paintings and vases on a neighbor's driveway
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

In an Instagram post, Camille wrote: 'Sadly my house couldn’t be saved,' Grammer wrote next to an aerial photo of her home engulfed in flames which she posted on Instagram.

'The courageous firefighters were able to save my cars and personal items recovered from my home. I thanked the fire captain and his team of firemen for all of their hard work. 

'He took the time to explain what happened and I’m grateful for all of their hard work trying to save my home.'

a woman sitting next to a palm tree: The cherished designer floral dress - which Grammer wore to walk down the aisle in Hawaii less than a month ago - was saved along with other personal items as well as the star's two luxury cars. pictured: Camille kissing husband David C. Meyer on her wedding day on October 20 © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The cherished designer floral dress - which Grammer wore to walk down the aisle in Hawaii less than a month ago - was saved along with other personal items as well as the star's two luxury cars. pictured: Camille kissing husband David C. Meyer on her wedding day on October 20 Camille's floor-length sheer dress with floral cut-outs and an extravagant train was designed by Grammer's longtime friend and fashion designer Malan Breton and shipped to LA from Paris.

Grammer wed David C. Meyer on October 20 in an intimate ceremony in Hawaii.

In the photos of the blaze Grammer's silver Ferrari 458 Italia and a white Mercedes sports car can also be seen intact nearby.

News photographer Patrick Fallon, who took the snaps, was outside Grammer's house as the Los Angeles Fire Department battled the blaze.

a group of people posing for a photo: Camille's floor-length sheer dress with floral cut-outs and an extravagant train was designed by Grammer's friend and fashion designer Malan Breton and shipped to LA from Paris. Grammer wed David C. Meyer in an intimate ceremony in Hawaii

Camille's floor-length sheer dress with floral cut-outs and an extravagant train was designed by Grammer's friend and fashion designer Malan Breton and shipped to LA from Paris. Grammer wed David C. Meyer in an intimate ceremony in Hawaii
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

'It was a crazy scene, the firefighters did their best but just couldn't control the fire,' Fallon told DailyMailTV.

'They really seemed defeated that they couldn't save the house - they almost had it saved - but there was a lack of water pressure in the hydrants.

'Once the fire got in the attic of the home they just couldn't put enough water on it before running out.

a close up of a fire: In an Instagram post, Camille wrote: 'Sadly my house couldn’t be saved,' Grammer wrote next to an aerial photo of her home engulfed in flames which she posted on Instagram © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited In an Instagram post, Camille wrote: 'Sadly my house couldn’t be saved,' Grammer wrote next to an aerial photo of her home engulfed in flames which she posted on Instagram 'Engines and tankers had to shuttle more water up the hill.

'But while they couldn't save the house they did their best to save some of its contents.

a group of palm trees: A Ferrari and Mercedes were rescued from the burning home owned by celebrity Camille Grammer are illuminated by emergency lights as firefighters work to contain the spread of the home fire on the 6200 block of Ramirez Mesa Drive © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A Ferrari and Mercedes were rescued from the burning home owned by celebrity Camille Grammer are illuminated by emergency lights as firefighters work to contain the spread of the home fire on the 6200 block of Ramirez Mesa Drive 'They saved Camille Grammer's cars and they retrieved a number of personal items which they took over to a neighbor's house.

'It was mainly paintings but I also saw them pull out what appeared to be a wedding dress kept in a garment bag and place it on the neighbors driveway.'


a car parked in a parking lot: In the photos of the blaze Grammer's silver Ferrari 458 Italia and a white Mercedes sports car can also be seen intact nearby

In the photos of the blaze Grammer's silver Ferrari 458 Italia and a white Mercedes sports car can also be seen intact nearby
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

On her Instagram page Grammer went on to count her blessings despite the heartbreaking circumstances.

'Sad we lost our home but grateful that my family is safe. Luckily we quickly evacuated our house yesterday after a patrol car drove up the street announcing mandatory evacuations.

'I’m grateful for my lovely neighbors and friends who kept me informed and for their help this evening.' 

Related video: Camille Grammer: ‘My House Couldn’t Be Saved’ From Fires (via Us)

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