Ann and Mitt felt the love during the '60s as high school sweethearts. Thanks to their relationship, Ann converted to Mormonism after meeting Mitt, and at their senior prom, the two decided to marry. They did in 1969 and went on to have five children.
In 1998, the former first lady of Massachusetts was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, but the illness hasn't restricted her significantly. If she becomes first lady, Ann Romney says she'd like to raise MS awareness. And while Mitt has received criticism for his unnatural demeanor, Ann comes across as more comfortable on the campaign trail.