Eat your heart out, Tiger! Elin Nordegren, who became a household name after her ex-husband Tiger Woods cheated on her with numerous women, has finally moved on from her divorce and is said to be dating again.
According to the Huffington Post, the lucky guy is a 35-year-old South African man whom she met at the Florida college where they are both studying. (And before you scoff at the fact that she's dating a nearly middle-aged college student, keep in mind that the 30-year-old former Swedish model just scored a $750 million divorce settlement from Tiger, so money is probably not that important to her. Plus, after the disasterous end to her marriage, she might want to stay away from the high-powered type of guys anyway. After all, professional students don't really spend a lot of time in hotel rooms in between golf tournaments, do they?) Tiger Woods & Elin Nordegren's $750 Million Divorce Deal
"There's been kissing and cuddling but I don't know if it's gone further," a source told The Sun. Supposedly, the couple first 'impulsively' locked lips while walking back to Elin's car in the school parking lot.
The National Enquirer is also reporting that Elin has already told Tiger about her new man and supposedly that she wants to have another baby - news that reportedly "crushed" him. (Honestly, what does he expect after cheating on her with 12+ women?) Elin Nordegren: 'I've Been Through Hell'
"He was blindsided when Elin dropped the bombshell that she expects to marry again and start a new life with more children - telling Tiger, 'but it won't be with YOU!'" said an insider to the tabloid magazine.
"Even at 30, she knows her biological clock is ticking, but she's convinced there is a bright future ahead - without cheating Tiger around. She told a friend, 'I'll find true love again, and I'll definitely have more kids.'"
Although we're happy for Elin, we hope she takes it slow. It seems more likely that this college-going Don Juan will serve as her post-divorce rebound guy and probably won't end up being her true love.
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