(CNN) – Sonia Sotomayor will make history Saturday when she is sworn in as the nation's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will swear in Sotomayor twice at the Supreme Court. The first ceremony will be private. A second ceremony will be held in front of Sotomayor's friends and family as well as the media.
It will also mark the first time the oath-taking ceremony will be open to television cameras in the court's history.
Sotomayor, a 55-year-old federal appeals court judge, was confirmed Thursday in a 68-31 vote. Nine Republicans joined a unanimous Democratic caucus in supporting her nomination. The only senator who was not present for the vote was Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Massachusetts, because of illness, but he has supported Sotomayor in the past.