As released by The Office for National Statistics. What was on the move: England Once again, Jack and Chloe were the most popular names given to babies in England. Jack has been at the top of the list for the past eight years, while Chloe had had a six-year reign. In the girls' top 50, Isabelle was the highest new entry at number 47, with Isabella up five places to just make the list at number Maisie rose by 18 places to number Niamh, Natasha and Alexandra all dropped out of the top New entries for the boys were Harvey, Charles and Alfie.
Benjamin rose eight places to number six, with Ben climbing 10 places to number Jordan fell 18 places to number 43, and Harrison, Christopher and Joe left the top Lower down the list, names from show business made some surprise showings.
Chardonnay, a character in the television drama "Footballers' Wives", was the name given to 52 girls in , with 14 others being called Chardonay. Romeo, the name David and Victoria Beckham gave their second son, was less popular, with only 21 boys sharing his name. A total of girls shared her name; an increase of on , putting it 92nd in the girls' ranking.
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Amelie saw a twelvefold increase to girls, perhaps reflecting the success of the Oscar-nominated French language movie with that name. However, Robbie and Kylie declined in popularity, and the number of boys sharing the name of Pop Idol competitor Darius fell by half in , to just Parents were generally less adventurous choosing boys' names: Wales In Wales, the top boys' name changed from Jack to Joshua, although Chloe remained the top girls' name.
In the girls' top 10, Ffion makes an appearance, and in the boys', Dylan and Rhys. Scotland In Scotland, the top five boys' names in remained in the same position as they were in Longstanding favourites such as Andrew, David and John dropped significantly, however.
Chloe stayed at the top of the girls' list, but Sophie came a very close second. Ellie grew in popularity, as did Louise and Jennifer.
Northern Ireland Matthew and Chloe were the most popular first names given to babies in Northern Ireland in , with Matthew over-taking the previous year's most popular name for boys, Jack, which moves into second place. Sara and Jenna were on the rise, while Jade and Alana fell. For the boys, Marcus and Bailey increased in popularity, while Brandon and Reece lost favour.
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