I doubt this is true — but, man, it would be awesome if it were. According to The Enquirer, Tiger Woods and ex-wife Elin Nordegren are testing the waters to see if they can be married to one another once again — and it’s all thanks to their daughter, Sam, 5, and son, Charlie, 4.
“Tiger and Elin have been secretly discussing getting back together for several weeks,” a source told the tabloid. “The final straw came when Sam begged Elin, ‘Please, Mommy, marry Daddy again! I want him home with us all the time!’
“It touched Elin’s heart,” continued the insider. “Since then, she’s spent the night at Tiger’s house several times, but they’re taking it slow. Elin wants to ease back into the relationship before she walks down the aisle with Tiger again.”
Tiger and Elin were married for five years before The Enquirer exposed his affair with Mistress to the Stars, Rachel Uchitel which, in turn, resulted in an array of trash coming forward to reveal their sexual flings with Woods.
“After that, Elin refused to even look at Tiger, saying the sight of him made her sick,” said the source. “Nannies and bodyguards delivered their two kids back and forth for visitation. But Tiger has never given up trying to win Elin back, and eventually, she softened enough to speak with him… For the first time, he began to believe there was a real possibility that Elin might take him back.”
The only thing that doesn’t make sense is, how does Lindsay Vonn fit into this scenario? She and Tiger were rumoured to be a thing, when he sent his private plane to fetch her after she was injured in a skiing accident. Or are they really just friends?
This story, of course, comes after Tiger and Elin were photographed together for the first time in years, attending an event in Florida with their kids, looking like one big, happy family, so the timing is a little convenient. Or is it?
Could The Enquirer be right with the report that Tiger has offered to sign a $200-million pre-nup, complete with a no-cheating clause, which Elin countered with a demand of $350 million? But that adage about cheaters will always weigh on Nordegren. They tried to save the marriage before but Elin couldn’t do it “without trust and love.” What makes this time different? Does absence really make the heart grow fonder? Because once you’re into the double digits with mistresses, the trust situation is pretty much shot for life, no?