Ann filled up her cart with enough food to feed her five sons and their families, for a grand total of $137.50, reports ABC News. Mrs. Romney bought rotisserie chicken, large bags of spinach and frozen cream puffs. “The great thing about frozen desserts, they’re always ready to go,” she says.
Romney joined Rachael on set to cook Mitt’s favorite meal, meatloaf cakes, and share about her struggle to overcome multiple sclerosis and breast cancer.
“When I was first diagnosed with MS and my husband was taking care of me, he discovered rotisserie chicken,” says Ann. She says Mitt told her, “I don’t care if we eat cereal and toast the rest of my life, as long as we’re together.”
Ann says Mitt will eat anything that’s placed in front of him, but tells Rachael she herself opts for healthier choices. “MS has been my greatest teacher,” she says. “It’s been the toughest teacher, and breast cancer as well. But you have to know that the sun always will come up, that there will be a better day.”