Sarah Jessica Parker could never meet a man on Tinder - and neither could her 'Sex and the City' alter ego Carried Bradshaw.
The 51-year-old actress is intrigued by the dating app - which encourages users to choose potential partners based on their looks - but is relieved she is happily married to Matthew Broderick and isn't relying on the software to get a guy.
Just as Sarah doesn't believe she'd be good on Tinder she thinks New York girl about town Carrie - who she portrayed in the long-running HBO series and two films - would be hopeless on the app the same as her friend Charlotte Yorke (Kristin Davis), however, Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) could make it work.
When asked for her thoughts on Tinder, Sarah said: "I couldn't do that. Neither Carrie or Charlotte could. Miranda, well yes, she could find love online."
The blonde starlet - who was also joined in 'SATC' by Kim Cattrall who played maneater Samantha Jones - describes her husband of 19 years Matthew as her "favourite person" and says they marriage is a true partnership in every way.
In an interview with the new issue of Vanity Fair Italy, Sarah - who has son James, 14, and seven-year-old twins daughters Tabitha and Loretta with her actor spouse - shared: "I really like Matthew, he's my favourite person, and we built together exactly the life we wanted. We are completely connected. His joys make me happy, they make my life better. His failures are my failures."
Sarah also revealed that her and 54-year-old Matthew's relationship has evolved over the years and she insists romance isn't the most important thing to maintain a happy marriage.
She said: "[Romance] is important at the beginning of the relationship, what I call 'the years of the soufflé'. You know, when at the restaurant the soufflé is the best thing they have on the menu. The first few years are like that, but later it's important that you invested in the other person."