Is Tiger and Elin Woods' divorce only a matter of time?
That's what we're hearing, based on rumblings that she's moving to Sweden, and a new report that suggests she recently met with a divorce lawyer.
Elin skipped his comeback at the Masters and was described as "disgusted and outraged" by the new Nike ad featuring a voiceover by his late father.
After the Masters, Elin left Florida, destination unknown.
"Elin was violently angry over this commercial and thought it was a cheesy thing to do," a friend says. "She wouldn't have gone near the Masters under any condition, but that just made her even madder. She is over Tiger."
"I wouldn't be surprised if she files for divorce soon."
Will Tiger Woods' wife take the kids and go?
It's only been talk, with no legal papers filed by either side, and no divorce attorney officially retained ... at least until last week, Radar Online claims.
Sources say that before flying to Scottsdale, Ariz., for a separate vacation than Tiger's, she met with a divorce lawyer in their home city, Orlando.
They reportedly met for several hours after Elin grew disgusted with Tiger, who she believes he returned to golf too quickly and has been insincere.
She participated in his sex rehab therapy, and a few months ago they were making progress, but as Tiger announced his return, things unraveled.
The Joslyn James text messages being released couldn't have helped.
Tiger Woods shanks a drive ... and his marriage.
"She's far beyond hurt now. If she were angry or if she hated him, they might still have a chance to work it out," she said. "But she's beyond that."
"She's numb. She just does not care. She's like, 'Whatever.' Elin's not the type to get all weepy or have pity parties for herself. She mourned the loss of this marriage, and now she's moving on. It's the only thing she can do."
What do you think Elin Woods should do?