It's been a whirlwind year for Kelsey Grammer. After going through a high-profile divorce with Real Housewives star Camille Grammer, he married Kayte Walsh earlier this year. Grammer has two young children with Camille, and told us that he and Kayte have plans to expand the family.
"We have plans and we're working on it so we'll see when it happens," Kelsey told Hollyscoop.
Kelsey and Camille have had an ongoing battle for custody this year. Last week, Kelsey met Camille face-to-face in court, where he insisted he have the two children for six days while he's in Los Angeles. Camille fought it, claiming that her ex-husband doesn't take the children to their regularly scheduled activities, including dance lessons, sports and therapy. The court ruled in Kelsey's favor. Grammer told us he's seeing the children "as often as I can."
"All my children, I have a fantastic relationship with them," Grammer told us.
Earlier this summer, Camille went all out to fight against Kelsey having custody, even going so far as to claim he favored one of the children and didn't want to spend time with the other. The couple's split was well documented on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
In January, Kelsey explained the reason for his split, saying he just "needed more love."
"It's been a big year for me in so many ways, lots of changes. But I'm doing great," Grammer said at the time. "This year's journey is about enhancing my life and Kayte is responsible for a great deal of that."
Grammer's new drama series, Boss premieres on Starz October 21. Grammer plays a Chicago mayor battling a degenerative disorder that he's trying to hide from the public. Hollyscoop caught up with the actor to talk about his comeback. The first season hasn't even aired yet, and Boss has already been picked up for a second.
"It just makes good sense," Grammer told Hollyscoop. "It is a very good show and I'm proud of it. It's a nice vote of confidence from the guys because it means they're on the same page we are."
Grammer added that being back on TV "feels good."
"This is the first drama, so I'm very pleased about it," he continued.