Kelsey Grammer On Expecting Twins: “I Don’t Panic About Kids”

Frasier alum Kelsey Grammer may have twins on the way with his wife of nearly one year Kayte Walsh, but he thought of doing double duty for just about everything isn’t fazing the actor one bit.

” I don’t panic about kids,” the soon-to-be father of five reveals to E! Online. “They’re always a blessing. We’ll buy a couple of cribs and take it from there.”

Kelsey – who is already father to daughter Spencer, 28, with ex-wife Doreen Alderman, daughter Kandace with ex-wife Barrie Buckner, and daughter Mason, 10, and son Jude, 7, with ex-wife Camille Grammer – already knows the sex of the babies and claims the couple have their names picked out too.

“But that’s just for us right now,” the Boss star smiles.

It seems the heated drama between Kelsey and his latest ex-wife and former Playboy model Camille Grammer – whom are currently locked in an ugly custody battle – is still going on.

Camille recently opened up about her feelings over Kelsey’s need to publicly discuss their private life and the emotional toll it is taking on their 10-year-old daughter Mason.

“It’s so unfortunate that he still talks about private matters,” the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star says. “It’s hurtful to me and its disrespectful to our children. He’s not thinking of the kids when he’s doing stuff like that.”

“My daughter is 10 years old, so she’s able to watch,” Camille continues. “She’s aware of what’s going on. She hears it from her friends at school, but my son is too young. He’s still only seven. Still, I think it’s disrespectful.”


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  1. Can we assume he does not panic over kids since he only makes them and then leaves before hard part of raising them beyond crib years and into adulthood.

  2. Meow! But I agree wholeheartedly. It’s not like he’s going to be a consistent hands-on dad who gets up in the middle of the night. Please. Rich with nannies.

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