After news broke earlier Wednesday that Tiger Woods' ex-wife, Elin Nordegren was expecting her third child with her boyfriend, it is safe to assume the Swedish native has been up to quite a lot since the pair divorced in 2010.
Nordegren, who shares two children with Woods — 11-year-old, Sam and 10-year-old, Charlie — was spotted at her son's flag football game with a baby bump on prominent display. Photos published by Spiel News and Radar Online revealed the celebrity mom holding a phone to her ear with one hand and resting the other on her midsection.
The Sweden native married Woods back in 2004, but filed for divorce six years later after the athlete's scandalous affair. Woods struggled not just in his personal life following their split, but in his professional life as well. Although Woods is no longer married to Nordegren, many fans wonder what life is like for her now, nearly 10 years after their divorce.
Continue on to learn more about Woods' ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, what life is like for her today and who she is expecting with.
Born in Sweden, Nordegren and Woods met in 2001 through golfer Jesper Parnevik and his wife Mia, for whom Nordegren became a nanny for after she moved to the United States.
Woods and Nordegren became engaged in November 2003 and married on Oct. 5, 2004 in Barbados. Together in 2006 they purchased a $39-million estate in Jupiter Island, Florida and constructed a 10,000-square-foot home, which is where Woods would ultimately move in 2010 following their divorce.
They welcomed daughter Sam Alexis Woods in 2007 and son Charlie Axel Woods in 2009.
Following widespread infidelity reports, Woods and Nordegren divorced in August 2010; she reportedly received more than $100 million in the divorce settlement. She stayed silent for years until 2014, when she told PEOPLE that she was undergoing "intensive therapy" and that she still checked in with her therapist every week.
She said that she and Woods remained cordial for the sake of their kids.
"In the beginning, you tamp down the animosity for the kids' sake," Nordegren told the magazine. "I'm not going to deny that I went through the wringer. But I don't think I doubted we'd end up here. That was always my dream, that the kids can have two loving parents that show respect for each other. And I feel that's what they have."
The Daily Mail reports that Nordegren used part of her divorce settlement to purchase a $12 million mansion in North Palm Beach, Florida. After purchasing the estate, it was torn down and made into a brand new structure because it was "riddled with rot."
She reportedly donated original fixtures from the estate to Habitat for Humanity before tearing down the property to make room for her nine-bedroom beachside home.
The notoriously private Nordegren made headlines in 2012, 2017 and 2018 for speeding. Her first ticket occurred in North Palm Beach in 2012, when she was caught driving 9 mph over the speed limit, after which she elected to attend driving school.
In March 2017, she was pulled over for speeding in the Palm Beach County city of Riviera Beach for reportedly driving 57 miles per house in a 35 miles per hour zone. She was fined $281.
In February 2018, she was ticketed for driving 30 miles per hour over the speed limit on a stretch of highway, according to Yahoo! Sports.
In 2014, after attending night classes, Nordegren graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where she received the Outstanding Senior Award in psychology. According to the Orlando Sentinel, a group of the school's faculty gave her the award because she earned a 3.96 GPA.
"I want to continue to study and learn, but I am not exactly sure how yet. My passion has always been psychology, but my interests continue to broaden," she told the newspaper in 2014, adding that she wasn't involved in campus life. "I was always a little too old for the frat parties."
She made a few lighthearted jabs at her claim to fame at graduation, where she was asked to speak.
"When I entered my student advisor office in the fall of 2005, I was 25 years old, I had just recently moved to America, I was married without children," she said, according to Us Weekly. "Today, nine years later, I'm a proud American, and I have two beautiful children — but I'm no longer married."
"It was right after I had taken [a class in] communications and the media that I was unexpectedly thrust into the media limelight," she said. "I probably should have taken more notes in that class!"
Following her divorce from Woods, she began dating billionaire and coal tycoon Chris Cline in 2013. They reportedly split in 2014 and remained on-and-off-again throughout 2015 and 2016.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal in 2018, a spokesperson for the mom of two confirmed that she is "no longer modeling."
In March 2018, Nordegren decided to part ways with her North Palm Beach mansion, listing it for $50 million.
Two months later, she sold her Juno Beach condo, which she had initially purchased after separating from Woods in 2011.
Despite the divorce and infidelity allegations, Nordegren and Woods have reinforced a cordial relationship.
Woods has referred to his ex-wife as his "best friend." Likewise, Nordegren has said that Woods is a great father to their children, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Nordegren showed off her new bump at Charlie's flag football game according to a report from Radar Online on June 12. The model kept things casual sporting a tight fitting black shirt with black leggings, flats and a hat. According to the outlet, the 39-year-old mom kept touching her growing belly as she chatted with a friend and watched her son play.
While the identity of her baby's father has not been confirmed, she was most recently noted as dating billionaire, Chris Cline last in 2016. As the outlet states, the two began dating in 2013 before splitting one year later. Then, after their 2016 sighting, they were rumored to get back together.