“She’s not interested in men right now,” Foster’s former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costar said while promoting her new E! series, Famously Single.
Much of Hadid’s decision to stay single revolves around her ongoing battle with chronic Lyme disease.
“She’s interested in her mental health and that whole thing,” affirmed Glanville, 43. “She’s kind of in that moment.”
But the former model will be ready to strap on her stilettos and hit the down whenever Hadid, 52, decides to re-enter the market.
“She could be famously single. I said, ‘Girl, you need to get out there and get some d!’ And she was like, ‘No!’ So I said, ‘You can’t say that! I’m serious, it might make you feel better!’ And she laughs at me. But she knows my intentions are good, I just say crazy s—.”
Glanville – who’s has had her fair share of relationships in the public eye (from a bitter divorce from ex Eddie Cibrian to recently revealed flings with Ben Stiller, an Uber driver and a Last Comic Standing alum) – also believes it’s her duty as best friend to give Hadid a piece of her own advice.
“She’s the one that told me, ‘It’s not over and there’s another love in your life,’ ” she revealed. “I said, ‘You told me that, now I’m telling you that.’ So the tables have kind of turned.”
Famously Single premieres Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET on E! Foster’s new book Believe Me: My Battle with the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease is scheduled to be published by St. Martin’s Press in February 2017.