Anya Taylor-Joy has opened up about going through a "horrible break-up," following which she turned to actress Sarah Jessica Parker for dating advice.

The 25-year-old actress admitted she "was not a good dater," before adding, "I'm quite glad to not be," during an interview with British Vogue on Wednesday. She also noted she was not fond of casual dating.

"I hear stories from my friends and I'm like, ‘God, I would suck at that,'" she added.

The actress revealed she was a huge fan of Carrie Bradshaw's character --played by Parker -- in the "Sex and the City" franchise because it changed her way to look at relationships.

"I remember when I met Sarah Jessica Parker, I was going through a horrible break-up, and I went up to her and I was like, ‘I need you to know that I'm watching you and Big and it's giving me hope,'" Taylor-Joy explained. "And she was like, ‘That things will work out?' and I said, ‘No! That this will end and I will finally move on!'"

Considering Taylor-Joy's current relationship status, she is reportedly dating a musician and actor named Malcolm McRae. The couple made their relationship Instagram official in October last year.

During her interview with British Vogue, the actress joked about feeling like an 80-year-old woman and a 7-year-old girl, while dating her boyfriend.

"I've finally found someone who will happily sit in silence with me reading," she added. "We're basically 80 years old and seven at the same time and it works really well."

She revealed they were in a long-distance relationship at the moment, because she was living in the United States for filming her movies while he was in London.

"It's also kind of great because when you're together you're really valuing the time that you have," she said. "Everyday mundane activities are so full of joy. I love going to the petrol station with him and filling up the car and going to get breakfast."

On the work front, Taylor-Joy was seen in the popular TV series, "Peaky Blinders" from 2019 to 2022. She will be next seen in the projects like "The Northman," "The Menu," "Furiosa" and "Laughter in the Dark."

Anya Taylor-Joy -- seen here in 2019 -- starred in "The Queen's Gambit," which should be a major Emmys contender
Anya Taylor-Joy -- seen here in 2019 -- starred in "The Queen's Gambit," which should be a major Emmys contender AFP / Angela Weiss