Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann will sit down for their first post-election interview next week with Fox News.

Fox announced on Twitter that the interview with the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 GOP standard-bearer would air March 3 on “Fox News Sunday.”

“Enjoyed today's #FNS? Be sure to tune in next week for our exclusive interview with @MittRomney & @AnnDRomney,” read the tweet.

Romney has kept a low profile since his election loss, meeting with President Obama at the White House for a private lunch in November.

The former candidate has been spotted often though, with photos of him pumping gas, jogging, traveling to Disneyland with his family and shopping at Costco surfacing. Reports also had him attending the Manny Pacquiao boxing match last December in Las Vegas.

Romney is set to reemerge at next month’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C. His address will be his first political event since the election.

“I look forward to saying thank you to the many friends and supporters who were instrumental in helping my campaign,” Romney said in a statement announcing his participation.

Romney has been a frequent participant at CPAC conferences, and according to reports his speech will address economic issues.