Tiger Woods may have let his family down, but according to a new report, his affairs with Jaimee Grubbs, Rachel Uchitel and other women haven't done enough damage to cause wife Elin Nordegren to leave.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the two "have already begun intense marriage counseling." The therapy has allegedly been taking place at their home "with a counselor who has been conducting sessions several times daily."
The reason Nordegren isn't leaving her 33-year-old pro golfer husband? A "hefty seven-figure amount" of money promised to her if she stays.
According to the Sun-Times, a source close to the family said she demanded "a total rewrite on the couple's prenuptial agreement" that makes the "incentives" for her to remain Mrs. Tiger Woods more appealing.
The couple -- who have daughter Sam, 2, and son Charlie, 9 months -- have been married five years, and according to their current agreement, they need to remain married for 10 years in order for Nordegren to collect a divorce settlement of $20 million.
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Thus, the updated prenup would likely be revised with a shortened marriage timeframe and a higher dollar amount.