Tiger Woods' adorable kids are spending some quality time in Sweden, their mother's homeland.
On Monday, Elin Woods and her mother Barbro Holmberg were photographed carrying little girl Sam, 2, and son Charlie, 15 months, outside Holmberg's apartment in Sweden's ancient northern city of Gavle. The foursome were surrounded by tight security.
It's the second public sighting of Elin since she and the kids jetted from their Orlando-area home last month. On Sunday, the 30-year-old former model went for a jog.
She plans on spending most of the summer in Sweden, an insider tells Us. (A $3 million seaside estateon the west coast is currently being renovated.) Not joining them: Sam and Charlie's dad Tiger, 34. "The split is 100 percent happening," the source says, adding that Elin and Holmberg "met with the lawyer" to discuss divorce plans before arriving in Sweden.
"She knew she'd set a bad example for the kids if she stayed," adds the insider.
Tiger, meanwhile, "isn't trying to keep her anymore," says the source. "He's so defeated."