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Wife of the American businessman and management consultant Taggart Mitt Romney, Jennifer Romney has been a member of the National Advisory Council since 2010.
Besides, her husband, who is also known as Tagg Romney, is the eldest son of U.S. senator and businessman Mitt Romney.
Jennifer Romney Tagg Romney Wife Quick Facts
|Full Name||Jennifer ‘Jen’ Thomas Romney|
|Birthplace||The United States|
|Husband||Taggart Mitt Romney|
Tagg Romney wife Jennifer Romney Wiki/Biography
Following her marriage to the American political advisor and venture capitalist Taggart Mitt Romney, Jennifer Romney became a household name.
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Jennifer grew up with her mother Sherrine Thomas who runs her Instagram account under the name (@sherrinethomas). In addition to her family, she also has a brother named Ryan Thomas who is already married to a woman named Cindy. The pair shares three children – two daughters and a son.
Other than that, there is little or no information on Jennifer Romney’s childhood, and education. Anyways, stay tuned to get the latest updates on Tagg Romney wife Jennifer Romney.
Jennifer Romney Age
Considering her looks, Jennifer Romney age might be in the 40s. Unfortunately, the exact date of her birthday is still under the wrap which will be revealed soon.
Jennifer Romney Instagram
Businessman Tagg Romney’s wife Jennifer Romney is active on social media platforms. She runs her Instagram account under the name (@jenromney) and has 52 followers at the moment. Mrs. Romney often posts pictures of her mother, husband, and children.
Jennifer Romney and Tagg Romney Relationship
So far, Jennifer Romney has been living a blissful married life with her political advisor husband Tagg Romney, and their children in Belmont, Massachusetts.
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It’s been almost three decades for the couple and their relationship is still going rock strong. On 22 November 2020, Mr. Romney shared a picture of his wife and himself with a caption:
I’m grateful for my wife of 28 years and hope for many more alongside her in this life and eternity in the next #givethanks
However, the date and venue of the couple’s wedding are still unavailable. But we will try to update it as soon as the information gets available.
The couple shares altogether six children and three of whom are born through surrogate mothers. They are Jonathan (born August 2010) and the twins – William Ryder, and David Mitt (born 2012). The other three children are – daughter Allie, age 24, and sons Joe, age 19, and Thomas, age 17.
Jennifer’s husband Tagg Romney shared the news of the twins’ birth through his Twitter account. He wrote,
Happy 2 announce birth of twin boys David Mitt and William Ryder. Big thanks to our surrogate. Life is a miracle,
Just ten minutes later, Mr. Romney’s mother Ann Romney also took to her Twitter to announce the news.
Grandchildren 17 and 18 are here – congratulations @TRomney and Jen! We can’t wait to meet David and William.
Jennifer and her husband Tagg Romney have the eldest grandchild (24-year-old Allie) and the youngest twins. The pair’s eldest daughter Allie got married on 23 November 2020.
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The couple has dealt with fertility issues and used surrogates to carry their children.
According to TMZ, Jennifer and her husband Tagg signed a ‘Gestational Carrier Agreement’ with the woman who gave birth to their son Jonathan. A part of the contract read,
‘If in the opinion of the treating physician or her independent obstetrician there is potential physical harm to the surrogate, the decision to abort or not abort is to be made by the surrogate.’
This suggests that, if she was worried about her own life, the Romneys would have no means of stopping the surrogate from getting an abortion.