Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren Will Divorce. But When?Erin Blakeley
USWeekly is reporting that the divorce is “100% happening”. Also, the sun is going to rise tomorrow morning. Did you hear?
In all seriousness, the timeline of Tiger and Elin’s expected divorce seems to be the only thing left to settle. And of course, custody of their kids. Oh, and his $600 million estate. Yes, I imagine there will be a few details to be worked out over that.
Some reports have indicated that there may be a custody dispute in the works, with Elin wanting to take the kids to Sweden and Tiger wanting them to stay stateside. The source talking to US Weekly issued the following rater cryptic remarks, indicating that a divorce, while in the works, will take awhile.
“It’s going to take a long time to go through. But she will go through with it. She is all about being a mom. She will do it slowly and carefully.”
What does that mean, “she is all about being a mom”, in the context of divorce proceedings taking a long time? Does that mean she is making a bid to be able to relocate with the kids? Sounds like it to me.
What do you think? Is there really a custody battle brewing?
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