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So much for matrimonial bliss!

While Michael Buble and new wife Luisiana Lopilato were saying their "I do's" on Friday, their home was being robbed! TMZ reports that burglars raided the couple's Buenos Aires house as the Canadian singer and Argentine actress exchanged vows in Maximo Paz, a resort section of Buenos Aires.

According to the website, the criminals reportedly disabled the newly-married pair's alarm system and covered up their security cameras. No word yet on what exactly the robbers took away with them, or how much damage the home sustained. (Buble, 35, and Lopilato, 23 were staying at a resort hotel in preparation for the wedding on the day of the crime.)

Although the civil ceremony was Thursday, celebrations for the pair lasted all weekend, including a lavish Saturday ceremony with over 300 guests.

After learning of the burglary, Lopilato told local reporters, "I will not let this ruin the happiest day of my life." 


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