Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (CNN) - Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney sat down to chat with a big supporter of his opponent, President Barack Obama, this weekend: media mogul Oprah Winfrey.
Winfrey interviewed the former Massachusetts governor and his wife, Ann Romney, in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, a campaign source confirmed. The interview was not on camera and is slated to run in Winfrey's "O Magazine."
A reporter for The New York Times first tweeted the story.
Winfrey was a fervent, vocal supporter of Obama's in 2008, and campaigned alongside the then-senator.
In January, Winfrey told CNN she was still "100%" behind Obama. She reiterated that support in April, but told CBS News she was focused on running her cable network and would not be "out there" campaigning for the president.