Melanie Griffith says she is “single and lonely and bored and confused.”
But the “Working Girl” actress, 58, is more excited about the prospect of becoming a grandmother than finding love again.
“I'm not really looking [for someone],” she told FOX411 at a Hallmark channel gathering in Los Angeles Wednesday. “I'm just being. I figure, if I'm meant to have another relationship, I will. And if I'm not, then I won’t."
Griffith — who was married to actors Steven Bauer and Don Johnson (twice) — split from her third husband, Antonio Banderas, in 2015.
“I'm having a very introspective time right now,” she told us. “It's an interesting time.”
Last spring, the Golden Globe winner appeared to be dipping at least one toe into the dating pool again.
“It’s a whole new world out there,” she told People magazine, adding that she was seeking “somebody who likes to enjoy life -- somebody who's not just involved with himself and enjoys lots of different things.”
Griffith said she refuses to look for love online.
But she will have a lot more time to figure things out when the youngest of her three children moves into a dorm at the University of Southern California next month.
“Life is moving on,” she said. “I won’t have any more kids at home…It's almost like I have to throw myself out of the nest.”
But there is one silver lining: “[My children] are old enough to have kids now. So, I should have grandchildren soon!”
In the meantime, Griffith joins James Caan, Jon Voight and Teri Polo in the new Hallmark original movie “JL Family Ranch,” which premieres August 21 on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel.