Sister Wives star Logan Brown has been discreet about his life despite the family’s TV fame. He has been living life his own way. But despite keeping a low profile, the 29-year-old remains in touch with his family. He has participated in many occasions, including Gwendlyn and Beatriz Queiroz’s wedding in July. However, many are still curious about the firstborn of the Brown family, including his plans to have a family after getting married for almost a year. Keep reading to see what he’s up to today.
Sister Wives: Logan Brown & Michelle Petty’s 1st Wedding Anniversary
Michelle and Logan tied the knot on October 22, 2022, making their first wedding anniversary only a month away. They’ve been quiet about their plans for the special occasion. But the married couple is known to celebrate with the Brown family in Utah. Janelle has also been in touch with her oldest child. In May, the Sister Wives star celebrated his birthday and shared a heartwarming message.
Janelle Defends Logan & Michelle Regarding Baby Questions
Sister Wives fans have been curious about Logan Brown and Michelle Petty’s baby plans since exchanging vows. In July, the married couple caught the attention of many after carrying Mykelti twins. But Janelle expected such sensitive questions regarding when they would start a family. Due to this, she told everyone that the married couple just wanted to enjoy their lives at this point and wished to become the “funnest Aunt and Uncle ever.”
A lot has happened to Logan behind the cameras. He studied at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, in 2012 and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science in 2017. However, the Sister Wives star didn’t stop there. He studied at the same university again and received his Master’s in Business Administration in 2020.
One of his first jobs was as a Rebel Recruiter at the University of Nevada in 2012. The TLC star also became a personal assistant at UNLV in 2016 and a business analyst in 2019. Today, Logan Brown makes his living through a start-up company in Nevada as a community development manager.