Brandi Glanville, formerly of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," recently shared an image of herself and "Below Deck Mediterranean" star Hannah Ferrier on Instagram, declaring her fellow Bravo TV reality star her "partner in crime." According to a report from The Daily Dish on July 10, Glanville's photo post came after Ferrier named the mother of two as the "housewife she'd most want to hire as a chief stew" during an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live," the late-night talk show of Andy Cohen.

Glanville's Instagram post was shared during Ferrier's trip to Los Angeles, where Glanville resides.

"Land meets sea my partner in crime [Hannah Ferrier]," Glanville wrote in the caption of her photo. "We finally got to hang and have some rose," she continued. "Next time no boys and way more trouble!" Ferrier also shared the same photo of "Bravo worlds colliding" on her own Instagram page.

Brandi Glanville's outing comes as her second hang out session with a Bravo star in recent weeks. As The Daily Dish explained, the former "Real Housewives" star was also seen hanging out with "Real Housewives of New York City" cast member Bethenny Frankel in Los Angeles just a short while ago.

Viewers want Brandi Glanville back on 'RHOBH'

As the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" prepares to reunite for filming on the show's upcoming ninth season, fans on Twitter are sending Andy Cohen messages, telling him to allow Glanville to return to the show.

“Either bring [Brandi Glanville] back or hire a crazy new ['Real Housewife'] who will cause drama. Or else I’m never watching [‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’] again," one person wrote. "Last season was terrible.”

In response, Cohen promised season nine will not disappoint. "Next season gonna be great," he tweeted.

Lisa Vanderpump wouldn't be happy if Brandi Glanville returned

As fans of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" well know, Lisa Vanderpump's relationship with Glanville was strained when she left the show years ago and continues to be strained today. Most recently, the couple butted heads on Twitter after Glanville suggested Vanderpump was actually responsible for the death of her dog Pink Dog.

“My boys loved Pink Dog," Brandi Glanville wrote after learning of the sad news. She then added that the toxins in the dye that made Pink Dog pink may have killed him. "Maybe those toxins in that pink hair dye didn’t help," she tweeted. In response, Vanderpump told Glanville to "go back to the hole where you came from."