On Sunday, while Tiger Woods was giving his first one-on-one TV interviews (with ESPN and the Golf Channel) in Windermere, Fla., his wife Elin and their two kids enjoyed some "Privacy" -- i.e. the family's $22 million yacht.
New pictures confirm that Elin, 30, took daughter Sam, 2, and son Charlie, 13 months, to their luxurious vessel (furnished with a full crew) docked in North Palm Beach, Fla. from Friday through Sunday. Carrying little Charlie in one shot, the wife of the billionaire athlete wore workout clothes, revealing that she's kept in top shape during her family's ordeal. On Monday, Elin was spotted back in Orlando, picking Sam up from pre-school.
Having stayed behind, 34-year-old Tiger was in a less relaxed mood when he fielded questions about his adultery scandal from ESPN and the Golf Channel in two brief interviews that aired Sunday.
In his ESPN chat, the golfer said that both Elin and his mom Kultilda have been "very tough" on him following his admission of infidelity with multiple women. "Those are the two people in my life who I'm closest to and to say the things that I've done, truthfully to them, is ... honestly ... very painful."
Elin, he admitted, was "hurt, shocked, angry" about his indiscretions. "And she had every right to be."
The embattled athlete -- who returns to his sport at the Masters in Augusta, Ga., April 8 -- declined to specify the details of his Thanksgiving weekend car accident or why he went to treatment for 45 days, explaining both were "private" matters.
"I was living a life of a lie, I really was," Woods confessed.