Who Is Lois Maya Logan? Gabby Logan’s Daughter

Lois Maya Logan

Lois Maya Logan is the daughter of Gabby Logan and Kenny. Her mother Gabby is a sports presenter and journalist and her father Kenny is a retired Scottish rugby union player who played wing for Stirling County RFC and Glasgow District at amateur level. They got married in 2001 and had their daughter Lois in 2005.

Lois Maya Logan Biography

Lois Maya Logan qualified for the prestigious Horse of The Year Show. (Above, mother and daughter in May at the premiere of comedy-drama movie Dream Horse). She and her skewbald pony Oreo Patches won two classes at the British Showjumping National Championships and also competed at the sport’s flagship event at the NEC in Birmingham in October 2021.

Lois Maya Logan Age

What is the age of Lois Maya Logan? She was born in 2005 in Yorkshire, England. She holds British nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. She is 18 years old, in 2023.

Lois Maya Logan Wiki

Real Name Lois Maya Logan
Age 18 years old (As of 2023)
Birthdate 2005
Ethnicity White
Father Kenny Logan
Mother Gabby Logan
Instagram Not Active

Who Are Lois Maya Logan’s Parents?

Lois Maya Logan’s father, Kenny Logan was born on 3 April 1972 in Stirling, Scotland. As a schoolboy, Logan had football trials as a goalkeeper for Dundee United and Hearts. When it comes to her mother, Gabby Logan was born on 24 April 1973 in Leeds in the West Riding of Yorkshire to former Wales international footballer and manager Terry Yorath and his wife, Christine. At the time, Yorath was playing for Leeds United. In Leeds, she attended Cardinal Heenan High School and Notre Dame Sixth Form College.

Lois Maya Logan’s Instagram

Lois Maya Logan is not active on Instagram. She does not have an Instagram account and her last post on Twitter dates back to December 2020. She does not have a presence on any other social media platform. She prefers to keep her personal life private.

Some Facts About Lois Maya Logan

  • Lois Maya Logan’s father, Logan played for the amateur provincial side Glasgow District.
  • He joined Wasps for his first season in English rugby, in 1997.
  • He re-signed for Glasgow before joining London Scottish after a season, in 2004.
  • He dated newsreader Kirsty Young and moved to London.
  • Logan and Sparks joined forces to organise an annual mass-participation event entitled Logan’s Challenge, in 2009.