Is Tiger Woods headed toward reconciliation with ex-wife Elin Nordegren? Woods and Nordegren have been on friendlier terms in recent months, the National Enquirer reports, and on Christmas Day, Woods dropped to his knee and proposed marriage—promising another $200 million in a prenuptial agreement. “Tiger told me, I love Elin,” a source tells the tabloid. “Without her, I’ll be miserable for the rest of my life.” The Swedish model divorced the disgraced golf champion after his affairs with a host of women were made public in 2010, and she got more than $100 million in the settlement. The Enquirer claims Nordegren is considering Woods’s proposal—but only if he adds a clause that would give her $350 million if he ever cheats on her again. A friend of Nordegren called the report “bogus,” but Woods did not deny it—saying only that “I am not going to comment on my private life.”
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