Tiger Woods Wins Back Elin Nordegren with $200 Million (€150.6 Million) Prenup

The two are reconciled, getting ready to walk down the aisle again, says report

In 2009, Elin Nordegen caught husband Tiger Woods cheating on her and, in the subsequent media scandal, filed for divorce. He never got over losing her, says a new report and, after much pleading, has finally managed to win her back.

That’s right, Tiger and Elin have reconciled and are getting ready to walk down the aisle for the second time, the National Enquirer claims in its latest issue, as cited by the Daily Mail.

However, to get this far, Tiger had to do a bit more than just sweet talk: he also had to put his money where his mouth was, about $200 million (€150.6 million) of his impressive estate.

According to the tab, which claims to have solid inside knowledge of this, Tiger has been pleading with Elin to take him back all along.

However, it wasn’t until he promised her a $200 million (€150.6 million) deal that she finally agreed to marry him again: a prenup that will ensure she never has to worry about money for the rest of her life, in the eventuality of a divorce.

Even more, he’s also agreed to include a $350 million (€263.6 million) no-cheating clause in the prenup: in other words, if Tiger falls off the wagon again, there will be hell to pay. Literally.

“Tiger didn't even balk at the demand. Even though his accountants think he's crazy, he's ready to sign the pre-nup and set a wedding date,” an insider says for the tab.

“The guy has never recovered from being dumped by Elin. He's dated lots of models and bimbos, but none of them were more than a one night stand,” adds the same tipster.

Of course, money can’t possibly be the reason why Elin has agreed to take Tiger back: reports in the press note that she walked away with $110 million (€82.8 million) as part of the divorce settlement, which also bought her silence in the aftermath of the cheating scandal.

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