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Continuing this evening, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Mitt and Ann Romney, as the presidential candidate and his wife join the program from the outdoor grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in London.
Included in the backdrop is the equestrian venue in historic Greenwich Park, where Rafalca, a dressage horse co-owned by Mrs. Romney, will compete for Olympic glory in the upcoming games.
Prior to the engaging sit down interview, Morgan took a brief stroll with wife of the former Massachusetts governor, earning some insight into her husband's publicly perceived "calm" demeanor:
"I think where it goes to, is this internal sense of self, where he's very confident in who he is," Mrs. Romney tells Piers Morgan. "But he also knows that as president, he's going to be doing things that may not always be understood, but they're going to be always the right thing, what he believes is the right thing for the country."
Continuing to praise her husband of more than four decades, Ann Romney adds: "So he's going to act from integrity always...And if people question his motives or anything else, or accuse him of this or that, he doesn't let that get him ruffled."
Later in the show, the presumptive GOP nominee joins his wife, fielding Morgan's signature question of "How many times have you been properly in love?"
Answering immediately and definitively, the 65-year-old Republican states, simply: "Once."
Speaking about the woman he married in 1969, Romney adds:
"This is the only woman I fell in love with...I mean, I was a senior in high school, for Pete's sake, so I fell in love with Ann, hook, line and sinker. She caught me and I was lucky enough to bring her into my life. And we've been - we've been in love ever since."
When the question is posed to Ann Romney, her response is equally emphatic, saying that the father of her five children "Is my true love. My true love."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Piers Morgan sheds light on the personal, and emotional sides of two of America's most public figures.
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