The woman who could be America's new first lady has played up her Welsh roots.
Ann Romney - wife of the presidential candidate Mitt Romney - was speaking at the Republican National Convention.
She spoke of being the grand-daughter of a Welsh coal miner and described her father's early life in the village of Nantyffyllon.
She later handed out Welsh cakes, made with her grandmother's recipe, to the media.
Robert Moore, Washington Correspondent for ITV News, reports for Wales Tonight from America.
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