Tiger Woods' wife Elin Nordegren may stay with the philandering golf superstar for the sake of the couple's two children, both under the age of 2, People magazine is reporting in its latest issue due out on Friday.
The report said that the Swedish model herself is a "child of divorce" whose parents split when she was 6-year-old.
"That's not something she's likely going to want to do to (her children with Woods) Sam and Charlie," a close friend of Nordegren tells People. "She really believes in the importance of parents staying together."
The story follows other reports that Woods was offering his wife a huge financial inducement, said to be as high as $80 million, if she agrees to stay married to him for several more years in a bid to rehabilitate his tainted image.