Lindsey Vonn doesn't want to marry Tiger Woods -- or anyone for that matter.
In an interview with Vogue magazine, published online Wednesday, Vonn says she doesn't want to get married for a second time.
"No, thanks! I am definitely not getting married. To anyone," said Vonn. Vonn was married to now-ex-husband and fellow Olympian, Thomas Vonn, in 2007 at the age of 22. After four years of marriage, the two announced their separation in Nov. 2011. On Jan. 9, 2013, the divorce was finalized.
Vonn said she doesn't regret the experience.
“Honestly, I wouldn’t take anything back,” she said. “I wouldn’t change being married. It was good for me and I was happy for a period of time, and I learned a lot about myself.”
But that doesn't mean matrimony for Vonn and Woods, who met at a charity event in 2012 and formally announced their relationship in March ahead of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, which Woods won in Orlando.
"We immediately clicked, you know? It was just one of those things," Vonn said of the first meeting. "We talked a lot, corresponded a lot, and he was a good friend who was always there. And then it became more. . . .It's amazing. Life changes very quickly, in a very positive way, if you let it."
Vonn and Woods seem very happy together, which is ultimately more meaningful to the champion skier than a ring on her finger and vows at an altar.
“But that’s the thing: It all comes back to being happy," she said. "It doesn’t really matter what anyone else thinks; do what you love to do and be happy and that’s it.”