Declining to specifically discuss details of the breakup, Fanning did however open up about her current dating life in New York.
“The way I prefer to meet someone is through a friend [because that means the person] is most likely not a freak,” she said.
Admitting: “I find dates, in general, horrific. We have to sit there and ask these questions and pretend to eat a meal, and it just feels so stiff.”
In the candid interview, Fanning hinted at her reasons for remaining hush on the topic, admitting that she was bought up to be extremely private.
“I was raised by very traditional Southern parents with Southern manners,” she said. “You don't air your dirty laundry to people that aren't your family or your friends.
“Why would I ever want to portray myself as anything other than together?” she said.
Fanning and Strachan, who is 13-years her senior, were together for almost three years.
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