Ruby Rose opens up about her health in a series of stunning photos

"I'd rather put it out there"


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Actor, presenter and DIVA cover star Ruby Rose has taken to social media to keep her fans updated about her ongoing health issues. She revealed that she's been suffering with back problems for the past ten years, confirming that she recently had an operation on her spine, which led to her temporarily using a wheelchair. Ruby explained that she wanted to let people know what was happening to avoid any speculation.

 

 

She also posted this gorgeous selfie with her girlfriend, Jess Origliasso from The Veronicas. #RelationshipGoals #PyjamaGoals

 

 

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We're happy to hear that Ruby's making steady progress in her recovery.

 

 

Progress

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And that she managed to find a suitably stylish cane.

 

 

I’ve grown accustomed to my cane...

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In another health-related post, Ruby announced that she’s "finally" given up smoking, for her “back (and mum)”.

 

 

She’s on the hunt for boxsets to binge on and books to get lost in during her recovery period, so why not tweet her your recommendations @rubyrose?

 

 

It’s refreshing to see such a high profile celebrity being so open and honest about their health struggles.

 

 

Get well soon, Ruby.

 

 

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