Emilia Clarke reportedly created a profile on celebrity dating app, Raya

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Emilia Clarke arrives at The Fashion Awards 2019 held at Royal Albert Hall. Photographed by Jeff Spicer/BFC
Emilia Clarke arrives at The Fashion Awards 2019 held at Royal Albert Hall. Photographed by Jeff Spicer/BFC
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The 'Game of Thrones' alum is looking for love online, as it has been reported she's signed up for an account on the exclusive dating app, which people can only join if they've been invited and if their application is approved by the Raya moderators.

Dating has been pretty hard in lockdown but some friends talked Emilia into going on Raya. "She agreed to give it a whirl," a source told The Sun newspaper.

However, it seems Emilia could already be done with her time on the app, as a second source claimed she recently deleted her profile after being left disappointed with her experience.

"She recently deleted her profile as it's not what she hoped it would be," the second source says.

Although the actress was looking for a partner on an elite app designed for the rich and famous, she previously revealed she wouldn't date another movie star because she feels successful actor relationships are few and far between.

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"I was dating actors but I'm not now. I mean, I wouldn't say I've completely sworn off them, but I do think actor relationships that are successful are few and far between, and you have to have a ton of trust," the star said last year.

Last summer season, the Me Before You actress was linked to filmmaker Tom Turner, however each stars denied being an merchandise. Emilia previously dated Hollywood hunk James Franco and Australian actor Jai Courtney. 

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