Woods-Elin marriage to end

08:30, April 26, 2010      

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Rumors about Tiger Woods' divorce with his Swedish wife Elin are likely to be imminently actualized.

"Elin and the kids are out there visiting (Elin's) family in Stockholm," while the golfer stays behind in the U.S., a source told UsMagazine.com.

"It's 100 percent happening..."It's going to take a long time to go through. (But Elin) will go through with it," the source said.

Donald Trump, the golfer's pal, said in a telephone interview with the Good Day New York, that their marriage has been over.

"Yes. Do you want me to be blunt about it? I think it is over and it is too bad. I think he feels very badly about it. It is very, very tough," Donald added.

He also noted that he understands Elin's anger. "Who can blame her? I am sure that my wife would be extremely OK with one, two, or three infidelities, but 15 is a bit much," Trump joked.

Woods, 34, apologized publicly for his infidelity in February after being connected to over a dozen women.

Source:Xinhua

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