EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods And Wife Had Dinner Together On Tuesday

Tiger Woods and his wife had dinner together Tuesday night, RadarOnlne.com has learned exclusively.

“They are still living separately,” a source close to the couple told RadarOnline.com. “But they had dinner together and that’s a big development.”

Elin still is not wearing her wedding ring and as RadarOnline.com reported exclusively she has been busy building a life without Tiger, while deciding the fate of their marriage.

Their dinner together was a significant event and there was no arguing, according to a source familiar with the situation.

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Still, there has been a slight thaw between Tiger and Elin. Dinner together was a big step forward.

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“Until now, Elin has been mostly avoiding Tiger. She’s dropped the kids off a few times.”

Elin and Tiger are still living in separate houses. But RadarOnline.com has reported that Tiger has asked her to move back home and so far she’s refused.

“Tiger is still asking her to move home,” the source told RadarOnline.com.

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Elin hired an Orlando-area divorce lawyer but then put him on hold. She participated in Tiger’s therapy at Gentle Path in Hattiesburg, Mississippi but is taking things very slowly as she figures out if she can go back to the husband who has been linked to at least 14 women in extra marital affairs.

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After dinner, the couple went their separate ways, the source told RadarOnline.com.

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