Report: Tiger wants to remarry Elin
Wed Jan 16, 11:18 PM UTC
Tiger Woods is a single man these days, but he may not still be over his ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
According to the National Enquirer, Woods wants to remarry Nodregren and he's offering a huge chunk of change to get her back. The magazine also reports that Tiger even proposed to her over Christmas, getting down on one knee and presenting Nodregren with a ring.
Nodregren is reportedly considering the proposal from Woods, who is desperate to get Nordegren back, but wants a $350 million anti-cheating clause added to the contract.
Woods' proposed deal reportedly is worth over half of his estimated $600 million fortune.
"Tiger didn't even balk at the demand. Even though his accountants think he's crazy, he's ready to sign the pre-nup and set a wedding date," a source told the magazine.
"The guy has never recovered from being dumped by Elin. He's dated lots of models and bimbos, but none of them were more than a one night stand."
The Enquirer reports that Woods and Nordegren have even begun having a sexual relationship again.
"Tiger stopped by Elin's rental house one afternoon when their kids were out with a nanny and they had sex for the first time since the split," a source reportedly told the Enquirer.
Woods and Nordegren met in 2001 after being introduced by Swedish golfer Jesper Parnevik, for whom Elin was a nanny. The couple became engaged in November 2003 and married more than a year later in October 2004.
Woods and Nordegren have two children, but the marriage went awry after Nordegren discovered Woods had been cheating on her with multiple women. After learning of such news at Thanksgiving in Nov. 2009, she allegedly attacked Woods, who crashed his car into a tree.
Since the divorce, Nordegren has dated billionaire Jamie Dingman and reportedly NHL player Douglas Murray.
Woods and Nordegren have been living apart since 2010 as Nordegren works to rebuild her mansion in Palm Beach, Fla.
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