The pair were promoting their new reality show "Harry Loves Lisa," as well as Rinna's novel, "Starlit," and Hamlin's autobiography, "Full Frontal Nudity," on the morning chat show Tuesday when they got the bad news.
The New York Post reported they learned via cellphone while on "Today" that thieves had broken into their Belle Grey boutique in Sherman Oaks, and made off with about $10,000 in designer clothing.
"Our clothing store is being robbed as we speak," the Post reported Hamlin said on live television. "(The security company) ADT is useless ... . Our alarm company was supposed to take care of this and they did nothing."
"It's happened three times," added Rinna.
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