Willard Mitt Romney is an American politician, businessman, and lawyer. Since January 2019, he has been the junior U.S. senator from Utah, taking over for Orrin Hatch. He was the 70th governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007. He ran for president of the United States as the Republican Party’s candidate in 2012 but lost to Barack Obama. In January 2019, Mitt Romney was sworn in as the new Senator for Utah. He is on the Budget, Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, Homeland Security and Government Affairs, and Foreign Relations committees right now.
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah told Republican Rep. George Santos of New York, “You don’t belong here,” according to a member who was in the House of Representatives chamber Tuesday night and heard the tense conversation. Romney said these things as he walked into the room for President Joe Biden’s State of the Union speech.
After his controversial Statement, many were curious about his personal life. Here, we’ll tell you all about his wife and kids.
Meet Mitt Romney’s Wife, Ann Romney
Ann Lois Romney is an American author and philanthropist. She was born Ann Davies on April 16, 1949. She is married to Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, who runs a business and is also a politician. Romney was First Lady of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007, when her husband was governor.
She grew up in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where she went to the private Kingswood School and dated Mitt Romney. She became a member of the LDS Church (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) in 1966. She went to Brigham Young University (BYU), got married to Mitt Romney in 1969, and got her BA in French in 1975.
Mitt And Ann Knew Each Other Since School
Since elementary school, Ann Davies knew Mitt Romney. They met again in March 1965 and started dating. After his senior prom in June 1965, they talked about getting married. When Romney came back from France in December 1968, he and Ann immediately got back in touch and decided to get married as soon as possible. Ann Davies and Mitt Romney got married in a civil ceremony at her home in Bloomfield Hills on March 21, 1969. After the ceremony, they had a reception at the Bloomfield Hills Country Club.
Know About Mitt And Ann’s Kids
The couple has five children, twenty-four grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. In 1970, when both were students at BYU, the couple’s first son was born. Mitt and Ann moved to Belmont, Massachusetts, after he graduated from high school so he could go to Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School. After having kids slowed her down, Ann finished her undergraduate work by taking night classes at Harvard University Extension School for a semester and a half.
Ann Romney stayed at home to raise her five sons: Taggart (“Tagg”), Matthew (“Matt”), Joshua (“Josh”), Benjamin (“Ben”), and Craig (“Craig”). Taggart was born in 1970, Matthew in 1971, Joshua in 1975, Benjamin in 1978, and Craig in 1982. Ann’s parents thought it was a bad idea for her to get married and have a big family so young. At a time when the feminist movement was growing and educated women were getting jobs, she also felt ignored by her peers. She said in the end, “My parents and my peers both had questions about the decisions I made. But I was pretty sure of what I was doing and pretty sure of myself.”