Lily James laments modern dating amid romance rumours with Alexa Chung's ex ... trends now
Lily James lamented the perils of modern dating as she insisted this generation 'have too much choice' when it comes to finding a partner.
The actress, 34, split from her boyfriend Michael Shuman in February after two years of dating and shortly afterwards she was linked to Alexa Chung's ex Orson Fry.
Amid the break up, Lily was on the promotional tour for What's Love Got to Do with It? in which she plays an unlucky-in-love filmmaker who turns the lens on her best friend to create a documentary about his arranged marriage.
During a interview alongside her co-star Shazad Latif, the Golden Globe nominee was asked if she thinks it's 'harder to find love today than two generations ago?'
Quick to agree, Lily mused: 'Definitely. I look at my granny who was married to my granddad for so - she was 19 when she met him - and they had the best life and they were so in love.'
Candid: Lily James lamented the perils of modern dating as she insisted this generation 'have too much choice' when it comes to finding a partner
Appearing to reference the rise in dating apps and matchmaking sites, she continued: 'Now there is a lot more options and I think with the world getting bigger there's too much choice.'
Lily previously shared her dating struggles, describing herself as a 'serial relationshipper' and claiming guys are 'rubbish' on the dating app Hinge.
Asked about any dating disasters on Capital Radio, she said: 'I’ve been a sort of serial relationshipper, so