|The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum|
Nancy Reagan, who died in her Los Angeles home on Sunday at the age of 94, was loyal to her husband President Ronald Reagan throughout their 52 years of marriage.
The former first lady was remembered for the issues she championed, but perhaps her biggest legacy was her unbreakable love with Ronald.
James Rosebush, chief of staff to Nancy Reagan, said that the love the Reagans shared was real.
“I was often asked, ‘Is this genuine? Do they really have this kind of bond?’ and I said, ‘Oh yes, without question,’” Rosebush said on “Good Morning America.”
Their romance, which would span more than half a century, was captured by decades of love letters written by Ronald.
“My darling, I love you so very much," the president wrote to his wife on March 20, 1955. "I don't even mind that life made me wait so long to find you. The waiting only made the feeling sweeter."