Thieves swipe $165Okay US in jewellery from fiancee of John Stamos

by Wade Massey February 5, 2018, 0:42
Thieves swipe $165Okay US in jewellery from fiancee of John Stamos

The Full House actor tied the knot with his pregnant partner, Caitlin McHugh, at his Beverly Hills home overnight, but the lead up to the big day wasn't smooth sailing. Stamos is a well-known Disney fan and love dressing up as various Disney characters.

"I've been waiting for the flawless girl for over a decade and she walked into my life", Stamos told People after announcing the good news. "So I called her parents to ask, and it was like, 'You better!'"

It's official: John Stamos is a married man!

The ceremony, however, does not seem to have gone according to the plan.

McHugh had left her suite at the Beverly Hills Hotel at some point on Friday evening for dinner, only coming back later to discover that burglars had cleared her out completely of jewelry, according to TMZ.

Hours before the happy event McHugh became the victim of a jewellery heist, when a thief broke into her suite at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Friday night and made off with diamonds and other gems worth over $150,000 (GBP106,200).

It's unclear how the burglars got inside.

Stamos proposed to McHugh after dating for two years and learning that she was pregnant.

Police officials suspect the robbery may have been an inside job as there was no sign of forced entry.

A request for comment from Stamos' rep wasn't immediately returned.

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