Confirmed: Elin Woods is in her homeland of Sweden, thousands of miles away from estranged husband Tiger Woods.
With no bodyguards in sight, Elin, 30, was photographed jogging solo in her native country on Saturday; wearing a black tracksuit and white cap, she listened to tunes on her iPod as she ran. (See the snapshot here.)
It's the first known photo of Elin since she took her kids Sam, 2, and Charlie, 15 months, to the Scandinavian nation on April 19. The threesome is visiting with her family, but fast-and-furious construction also continues at a $3 million seaside estate Elin recently purchased. "She and the kids are going to be spending most of the summer there," a family source tells Us. "Without Tiger."
The insider adds that divorce between the couple of five years is "100 percent happening. Elin and her mom met with the lawyer."
Although Elin "still loves him," she remains resolute in her decision. "She knew she'd set a bad example for the kids if she stayed," a source says in the new Us Weekly. Even with a prenup in place, the athlete's wife will likely get a good amount of Tiger's $600 million fortune.
How does Tiger, 34, feel about the divorce talk? "Tiger expects the news," a pal says. Adds another, "He isn't trying to keep her anymore; he's so defeated."
Defeated is right: on Friday, he played the worst round of golf in his career, failing to even qualify for the Quail Hollow Championship in North Carolina.