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Philandering golfer Tiger Woods likely won't be spending the holidays with his wife and two children.

Moving crews were spotted Tuesday at the family mansion in Windermere, Fla. Several workers were seen carting such items, including carefully wrapped artwork.

A "bone-thin" Elin Nordegren, who wasn't wearing her wedding ring, spent about 10 minutes instructing the workers before driving off in her red Buick SUV, the New York Post reports.

The Swedish-born former nanny, 29, "is making plans to move out and take the kids [Sam, 2; Charlie, 10 months] with her," a source tells the Post. "She's planning to go somewhere warm and Tiger-free for Christmas. The only reason she didn't leave earlier is that their son had the flu, but he's now recovered."

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A source tells New York's Daily News that "Elin is planning to take the kids to spend the holidays with her family in Sweden."

The new issue of Us Weekly (on newsstands now) reports that Nordegren skipped her usual appearance at the annual holiday party at the Isleworth Country Club.

"Her absence was noticeable, and there was a little tension and sadness in the air," one club member told Us.

Meanwhile, alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel is confiding in pals that Woods is still in touch with her.

"They are not over," a source tells Us. "She said Tiger was texting her, trying to find time to get together again. He wasn't even fazed."

Uchitel had denied a romantic relationship.