Gabby Logan admits not wanting to have sex with husband Kenny due to health

Gabby Logan slams Kenny for discussing sex life in interview

Gabby Logan has opened up about difficulties in her sex life with husband Kenny Logan after she first experienced menopause symptoms.

Speaking to Anna Williamson on the It Can’t Just Be Me podcast, the BBC presenter revealed details of how difficult menopause was for her and how she “regained” her libido after starting HRT.

“My libido came back within a week,” she explained.

“I felt definitely a massive improvement there and that was important to me.

“I had a very healthy relationship with my husband and I loved him and fancied him and I couldn’t understand why I didn’t want to have sex with him as much or why it was something that I felt I was going to have to have.”

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The couple, who have been married for 22 years and share two children, both competed on Strictly Come Dancing at the same time in 2007.

Gabby added: “I wanted to keep enjoying having sex, not feeling that I was just doing it because it’s part of the marriage contract.”

Last year, her husband Kenny was diagnosed with prostate cancer and had to have it removed.

In February, he revealed details about their sex life on Gabby’s podcast, The Mid Point, and how he handled intimacy.

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“Everytime I saw her in the bedroom I turned around and walked out. Sometimes you’ve just got to give a man a little time.”

Kenny, 51, won 70 international caps representing Scotland rugby and made his international debut in 1992 against Australia.

He went on to score 13 tries for Scotland over 11 years, before retiring in 2003.

When he was diagnosed, he said that he “literally fell over” as he had experienced “no symptoms whatsover.”

Kenny urged: “I found I had prostate cancer by accident. If you have symptoms it might be too late. Guys go get tested, simple and could save your life.”

It Can’t Just Be Me with Anna Richardson is available to listen to on all podcast platforms.

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