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Tom Schwartz & Katie Maloney Invite Third Wheel Stassi Schroeder On Their Honeymoon

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Mar. 29 2017, Published 7:39 p.m. ET

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Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney barely got to bask in their marital bliss before their on-again-off-again friend crashed their honeymoon! Click through these slides to get the latest details on the Vanderpump Rules couple’s unromantic getaway.

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Schwartz, 34, and Maloney, 30, tied the knot on August 17, 2016, at the Twenty Mile House in California. Soon after, they jetted off to Bora Bora for their honeymoon.

But the couple revealed that they were only alone for five days before Stassi Schroeder joined them!

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“Just sitting there and staring out, it's the bluest water you've ever seen and it's the most gorgeous thing, it was unreal,” Maloney said. “But some honeymooners take things very seriously. I mean you want to have a vacation and chill and everything like that, I get it... but there's nothing wrong with... liveliness!”

“We were like that for like four or five nights, romantic quiet bliss, and then we were like, we're ready to party... and then Stassi showed up,” Schwartz added, explaining that she was invited to join them.

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“It was an on-going joke for like a year,” he added. “Stassi had recently got out of a long-term relationship, she's kind've been our third wheel, and we joked for the whole year leading up to it, 'So you are coming on the honeymoon.'”

Schroeder, 28, broke up with Patrick Meagher shortly before Maloney and Schwartz said, “I do.” She traveled to Bora Bora alone.

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But Maloney said she was thankful her friend made the trip, as they didn’t “realize how couples-intensive” the islands were!

Do you think this signals trouble for the VPR pair? Let us know in the comments!

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