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Judge Judy, 80, and husband of 45, Jerry Sheindlin, 89, look vivacious in Beverly Hills

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Judge Judy, 80, and Jerry Sheindlin, her husband of over 45, appeared in good spirits as they strolled down the sidewalk

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: It’s Thanksgiving season and our favorite celebrities are spotted out shopping. Judith Sheindlin, or as we affectionately know her, Judge Judy, was recently spotted out in Beverly Hills looking absolutely sharp in her casual outfit.

Judge Judy, 80, wasn’t alone on her Thanksgiving shopping run as her husband of 45, Jerry Sheindlin, walked alongside his famous wife. Sheindlin is her second husband, having been married to Ronald Levy from 1964 to 1976. Interestingly, due to the stress after her father’s death, Judy had divorced Sheindlin in 1990, only to remarry him a year later.

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For the trip, the long-standing couple appeared calm and casual in their autumnal looks. Judy opted for a beige long sleeve sweater which she paired with blue loose fitting jeans. She wore a black belt with a gold colored buckle and also had a shoulder bag across her torso. She wore her iconic oval glasses and completed her look with blue trainers and a gold watch while holding hands with her husband.

Meanwhile, Jerry wore a navy button down shirt and black jeans and completed the look with black sneakers. He looked cheerful in his sunglasses as he strolled down the sidewalk with his wife.

The performance comes a year after the end of Judge Judy, the iconic show that catapulted her to stardom. The show ran for an amazing 25 years. She has now started another show called Justice Judy on IMDb TV. “We stayed upstairs, which is perfect,” she told People. “Amazon had the confidence in me to say, ‘Let’s do it in streaming. Let’s let you do your thing in a fresh version with new people.’ And I’m hooked!” While Judy expected her first show to last 3-4 years at best, it became a huge hit, making her one of the highest-paid people on television with a whopping $47 million annually. This happened with years Salary negotiations, combined with increasing TV ratings.

She also had some sage advice for those negotiating their salaries like her. “You have to make yourself indispensable, regardless of what you’re doing,” she said. “Once you’ve done that and you have leverage, make appropriate demand and you know what the commodity is worth.”

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