Is it true that Tiger Woodsâ€™ wife Elin Nordegren is moving along Charlie AND Sam Woods to Sweden? Will Tiger agree to have his kids so far away from him? Are they really divorcing then? Keep reading to know all the details about this story plus take a look at the photos and video below.
Sources said not long ago that Elin Nordegren purchased a house in Sweden that cost her over $2 million dollars and that she was planning to leave the United States to live with her kids there, but a source close to the famous golfer said that there is no way that Charlie, 1, or Sam Woods, 2, are leaving to live with their mom in Sweden.
Which leaves us questioning ourselves about their alleged divorce, are they or are they not divorcing? We still don’t have divorce news confirmed yet, we only know that they are allegedly not getting back together, which if that is the case it doesn’t make any sense to stay married.
â€śYou can say whatever you want about Tiger as a husband, but he has always been a great father. He knows his marriage is probably over, but he will never give up on those kids. They mean the world to him.â€ť A source close to the couple said.
But what will Elin do in America, how is she handling her kids’ education? Over time Elin has become more independent, protective over Sam and Charlie and spends as much time as she can with them. She is alone in the U.S which is why she was looking forward to spending more time in Sweden. She actually bought three house so Sam and Charlie can have their own place, but Tiger is not willing to be apart from his kids for a long period of time, this is certainly causing a bit of a battle between them.
It was reported that Tiger picked up his daughter at school on April 19th and then Elin took off on a private plane with Sam and Charlie and they were carrying a lot of excess luggage.
â€śThereâ€™s conflict between Tiger and Elin. And Elin doesnâ€™t just give in and do what Tiger wants. Sheâ€™s become very independent.â€ť A source said.
So perhaps Sam and Charlie Woods will not move to Sweden, but they will spend a lot of their time between Sweden with Mommy Elin and in the U.S with Daddy.
Take a look at the video below.
Charlie and Sam Woods Video
Photos: www.wenn.com, Brian McEvoy, Adriana M. Barraza