Evan Vucci, Associated Press

Has Governor Mitt Romney opened up enough about his personal life? He may be trying to show more. On Thursday, Time magazine released a picture of a romantic Mitt Romney. Deseret News has compiled a list of pictures showing a more personal side of Mitt Romney. Don't forget to also see the Deseret News' compilation of President Barack Obama's softer side.

As a baby
Courtesy of: Bentley Historical Library

Lenore Romney with four of her children. Scott Romney at left and Mitt Romney is the baby.

Playing golf with his dad
Courtesy of: Bentley Historical Library

Mitt and his father George Romney on the golf course.

With his dad and brother
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Father George Romney with his sons Scott and Mitt Romney. Scott is the older brother, but it is difficult to tell which is which in this photo.

As a romantic
Courtesy of: Mitt Romney

Romney made a series of photographs for Ann while on his mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in France.

Getting married
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March 1969, Romney marries his long-time sweetheart, the former Ann Davies, his 19 year-old bride.

To Romney's right is his mom, Lenore Romney and father, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary George Romney.

The couple wed in a civil ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. After, they flew to Salt Lake City to have their union solemnized in Salt Lake Temple.

With his family
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Romney with his family. He and his wife Ann have five sons.

Swimming
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Romney and his family out for a swim.

Providing service
Charlie Neibergall, Associated Press

Nov. 2007, Romney packs food donations for Thanksgiving boxes at the Hawkeye Area Community Action Program in Hiawatha, Iowa.

With his grandson
LM Otero, Associated Press

Dec. 2007, Romney carries his 18-month-old grandson, Preston Romney, during a New Year's Eve outing with his family in Des Moines, Iowa.

Working on a speech
Photo courtesy of: Abby Brack

Dec. 2007, Governor Mitt Romney made final edits to his speech, "Faith in America," in his national headquarters office in Boston, Mass.

With his granddaughter
LM Otero, Associated Press

Jan. 2008, Chloe Romney, 7-years-old, yawns as she sits on her grandfather's lap before a campaign event in Bedford, N.H.

Serving food
Stephan Savoia, Associated Press

June 2011, Romney and his wife Ann, serve chili at Bittersweet Farm in Stratham, N.H. before announcing he is running for President of the United States during a campaign event.

Picking candy
Winslow Townson, Associated Press

Dec. 2011, Romney and his wife Ann pick out candy at The Granite State Candy Shoppe in Concord, N.H.

Shopping
Winslow Townson, Associated Press

Dec. 2011, Romney and his wife Ann talk with another customer while shopping for Toys For Tots in The Toy Store in Concord, N.H.

Buying toys
Winslow Townson, Associated Press

Dec. 2011, Romney hands his credit card to Lori Leitner to purchase gifts for Toys For Tots in The Toy Store in Concord, N.H.

Eating with his wife
Winslow Townson, Associated Press

Dec. 2011, Romney and his wife Ann eat burritos at Dos Amigos Burritos while campaigning in Concord, N.H.

Christmas shopping
Charles Krupa, Associated Press

Dec. 2011, Romney leaves a clothing store after buying a Christmas present for his wife Ann, during a campaign stop in Lancaster, N.H.

Walking on the beach
Evan Vucci, Associated Press

June 2012, Romney takes a walk with his wife Ann on the beach after a campaign stop at Holland State Park in Holland, Mich.

At Lake Winnispesaukee
Evan Vucci, Associated Press

July 2012, Governor Mitt Romney, with laptop at hand, sits with his family by Lake Winnipesaukee at his home in Wolfeboro, N.H

President Barack Obama
Susan Walsh, Associated Press

Don't forget to see Deseret News' compilation of
President Barack Obama's softer side.