Ann Romney & Michelle Obama's November 2012 Good Housekeeping Feature
Both sporting a gorgeous shade of gold, the wives happily posed for the spread while opening up about their husband's policies and revealing what Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are like behind closed doors.
A few highlights from Miss Romney and Miss Obama's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Good Housekeeping!
On Mr. Romney helping her battle Multiple sclerosis:
"It was my husband telling me, 'I don't care if you're in a wheelchair for the rest of your life. I don't care whether you make dinner; I can eat cold cereal and toast. As long as we're together, as long as you're here, we're going to be OK.'"
On her role models:
"[Hilary Clinton] has been through so much; she just kept going. Now she's doing a great job as Secretary of State. I also admire Robin Roberts right now. You see the resilience of the human spirit in these women, and I love it."
On her marriage with Mr. Obama:
"I think Barack and I have built a life together that is full of play,' she says. Over the course of our relationship, he's really helped me not to worry so much. That is more his spirit than mine, though people think he's the stuffy one..."
On her morning routine with her husband:
"We work out together every day. I usually get up to the gym a little before he does, because I start my day a bit earlier - [I have] hair, make-up, things that he doesn't have to do. I continue to remind him of that."
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