Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, and Camille Grammer’s Malibu homes pictured still in ruins following devastating Woolsey fire

The homes of Miley Cyrus, Camille Grammar, and Robin Thicke remain in ruins, nearly two months following the destructive Woosley fire. 

The devastating fire raged through Los Angeles and Ventura Counties last month, destroying thousands of homes and causing an estimated $5 billion worth of damage in real estate, according to The Real Deal. 

Miley, 26,  and her husband Liam Hemsworth, 29, were among the numerous people to have lost their homes in the blaze.

Destroyed: Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s home is pictured in ruins, nearly two months after the devastating Woolsey Fire 

Torched: The couple’s property has been pictured completely destroyed, but their pool and patio survived

The couple’s property has been pictured completely destroyed, minus their pool and patio. 

Robin Thicke’s home also remains completely destroyed after it was torched by the fires. 

The 41-year-old singer’s fiance April Love Geary posted a photo of their burnt down home back in November, after returning to their home following the blaze.

‘Our house is gone,’ the 24-year-old wrote in the frame.  ‘While material objects are replaceable, the memories shared in this house aren’t.’ 

Horrible news: Miley, 26, and husband Liam Hemsworth, 29, were among numerous people who lost their homes in the blaze

Burnt down: Robin Thicke’s home remains completely burnt to the grown after it was torched by the fires

Anthony Hopkins, 81, is one of the lucky ones when it comes to the California wildfires – but just barely.

The aerial images show that the deadly Woolsey fire only just missed the legendary Welsh actor’s Malibu home.

His next-door-neighbor’s home was completely leveled by the flames, which killed three people and scorched through almost 97,000 acres.

But while much of the earth around Hopkins’ home was scorched to a crisp, his beachfront property was left completely untouched and remains that way.

Unscathed: Anthony Hopkins’ home luckily was untouched by the fire, but the neighboring property succumbed to the flames

Meanwhile the mansion of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills alum Camille Grammer looks like it has started some repairs.

The 50-year-old ex-wife of actor Kelsey Grammer shares her home with daughter Mason, 17, and son Jude, 14.

‘It has been an emotional and stressful couple of weeks,’ she admitted on Instagram at the time. “I have been going through the items retrieved from what is left of my home. The pictures of my children put a smile on my face.’

Heartbreaking: Camille Grammer’s house was severely damaged by the blaze but remains standing 


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