Ruth Bader Ginsburg says that her ribs are almost repaired after the fall of last month & # 39; to be

US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said during a performance on Saturday night in New York that she & # 39; almost repaired & # 39; is after the fall of last month in which her fracture saw three ribs

Ruth Bader Ginsburg says that her ribs are almost repaired & # 39; are after the fall of last month and she is even back to doing her entire training routine

  • The infamous RBG said Saturday that they & # 39; almost repaired & # 39; is after the fall last month
  • She said in an interview that she started working with the physical trainer after the fall
  • The 85-year-old justice said she is even back to doing her entire training routine

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US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said during a performance on Saturday night in New York that she & # 39; almost repaired & # 39; is after the fall of last month.

The 85-year-old resident of Brooklyn was interviewed by NEM, legal correspondent Nina Totenberg, during a sold-out event organized by the Museum of the City of New York.

Sitting on the stage, Ginsburg radiated the kind of vitality that let her go to the gym, lifting weights – a routine she had to interrupt last month when she broke three ribs into a fall.

But & # 39; The Notorious RBG & # 39; was back to work within a few days.

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US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said during a performance on Saturday night in New York that she & # 39; almost repaired & # 39; is after the fall of last month in which her fracture saw three ribs

US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said during a performance on Saturday night in New York that she & # 39; almost repaired & # 39; is after the fall of last month in which her fracture saw three ribs

On the question of how her health is, Ginsburg said, it's fine, thank you, adding that her ribs are almost repaired & # 39; to be.

& # 39; And yesterday was my first day my whole training routine, & # 39; said the energetic New Yorker – nonchalantly.

NPR & # 39; s Totenberg led the question-and-answer session about the quarters of Ginsburg in the Supreme Court and about her life.

Totenberg asked Ginsburg what she thought of a wedding sex in the new biopic, On the Basic of Sex, with Felicity Jones playing the young Ginsburg.

It examines how her early legal struggle changed the world for women

What I thought about it is that Marty would have loved it, & # 39; the court disappeared with a smile, referring to her deceased husband.

The evening sponsored by a museum dedicated to New York and its history turned into the love letter from Ginsburg to the city that she said she lacks because of her "huge variety". – in everything from food and ethnicity to music.

  The 85-year-old resident of Brooklyn was interviewed by NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg during a sold out event organized by the Museum of the City of New York

  The 85-year-old resident of Brooklyn was interviewed by NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg during a sold out event organized by the Museum of the City of New York

The 85-year-old resident of Brooklyn was interviewed by NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg during a sold out event organized by the Museum of the City of New York

Totenberg asked Ginsburg what she thought of a wedding sex in the new biopic, On the Basic of Sex, with Felicity Jones playing the young Ginsburg

Totenberg asked Ginsburg what she thought of a wedding sex in the new biopic, On the Basic of Sex, with Felicity Jones playing the young Ginsburg

Totenberg asked Ginsburg what she thought of a wedding sex in the new biopic, On the Basic of Sex, with Felicity Jones playing the young Ginsburg

The basis of sex stars Justin Theroux (left), Felicity Jones (middle), Armie Hammer (second from right). Also shown is director Mimi Leder (second from the left) and screenwriter and Daniel Stiepleman (right)

The basis of sex stars Justin Theroux (left), Felicity Jones (middle), Armie Hammer (second from right). Also shown is director Mimi Leder (second from the left) and screenwriter and Daniel Stiepleman (right)

The basis of sex stars Justin Theroux (left), Felicity Jones (middle), Armie Hammer (second from right). Also shown is director Mimi Leder (second from the left) and screenwriter and Daniel Stiepleman (right)

What she misses most, said Ginsburg, goes to the Metropolitan Opera, whose stars she has friends and invites every year to sing at a private meeting at the Supreme Court.

& # 39; There is no rival in the world & # 39; for the Met, she said.

On the basis of sex hits theaters on Christmas day.

The biopic is not the first film in which the life of Ginsburg is emphasized.

Earlier this year, the documentary The Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released.

The story of the film follows her legal work that helps women advance in the run-up to the 1993 increase to the highest court, and her role as justice since then.

The conversation on Saturday will be broadcast on public television channels from 2 January.

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