Unique celebrity baby names can cause a name to become trendy or at the least be put on the baby name “map”. And although you may not gravitate toward choosing a name simply because a celebrity chose it, they do often choose unique names that you may never have heard of before and will end up loving as an option for your baby.
If you’re one who likes something unique, trendy, or different names and you need help finding those kinds of names, looking to the celebs may be a great option for you.
I don’t know about you, but when I was looking for names I wanted to explore all of the names in order to find the perfect fit for my children and our family. It’s such a journey to choose a name and researching all the options, including celeb baby names, was so helpful to my husband and me.
In this article we’ll go over many baby names celebs chose throughout the years.
You may be wondering which celeb babies have been born thus far this year. That I can tell you now, as there aren’t many that have been reported.
January 2023 celeb baby names:
- Mia Bella Elizabeth – Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino
- Este Maxine – John Legend and Chrissy Teagen
- Olivia Ray – Frank Ray
- Aury Bella – Briana Myles and Vincent Morales (Married at First Sight)
- Dylan Rose – Joey Lawrence
- Karter Brian Haze – Kolby Cooper
- William Hawk – Drake White
- Frankie – Shemar Moore
- Frances ‘Frankie’ Rose – Casey Wilson and David Caspe
- Clover Jade – Meghan McCain
- Addison Brooks – Taylor Louderman and Brooks Toth
- Leonardo Scout – Rebecca Minkoff
- Abram Shay – Shay Mooney
- India Moon – Nicole Williams and Larry English
February 2023 celeb babies
- Adelana “Lana” Marcia Radford Williams – Morgan Radford news anchor and husband David Williams
From what we see here, there’s a mix of more commonly known names such as William and Olivia and more unique names such as Este and Aury. All equally beautiful and perfect.
You’ll also notice the middle name Rose was used a couple of times, as was Bella, and the name Frankie was used twice for girls.
We’ve notice Rose being mentioned more and more online in recent months. And though it is only #116 for a first name in 2021 according to the social security department, I believe it’ll be used for a middle name even more than a first time.
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Celebrity Baby Names
Below are 75 celebrity baby names.
They are unique, beautiful, handsome, strong, soft, and on trend. They’re trend setters and some of which you may even want to consider for your own child’s name.
While not everyone is inspired by celebs and what they choose for their babies, fact is, if you want unique then celebrities are a good great for inspiration.
- Cricket Pearl and Birdie Leigh — Busy Phillips children
- Lyra Antarctica — Ed Sheerans daughter
- Daisy Dove — Katy Perrys daughter
- River Rose and Remmington Alexander — Kelly Clarksons children
- Stormi Webster and Aire Webster — Kylie Jenners children
- North, Saint, Chicago, Psalm West— Kim and Kanye’s children
- Reign — Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s son
- True — Khloe Kardashian daughter
- Wilde Wolf — Rapper Eve’s son
- Harlow and Sparrow — Nicole Richie and Joel Maddens children
- Rhodes Robert — Emma Roberts son
- Buddy Dessert and Birdie Joe — Brie Bella and Bryan Danielson children
- Jupiter Iris — Ashley Tisdale
- Blue Ivy, Rumi, & Sir Carter — Jay Z and Beyonce children
- Drake, Ella Rose, Duke, Emmie, and Crew — Chip and Joanna Gaines youngest son
- Lux, Senna, and Alessi — Arie Luyendyk, Jr. and Lauren Burnham Luyendyk children
- Patrick “Bronze” Lavon Mahomes III and Sterling Sky — Patrick Mahomes children
- Raddix Madden — Cameron Diaz and Benji Maddens daughter
- Phoenix Joeleena Jean – Angaleena Presley and Jordan Powell’s daughter
- Cosmo — Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson son
- Callum & Everly — Jenna Dewans children
- Freddie and Delilah – Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey (Love Island)
- Ever Leo – Lea Michele and Zandy Reich’s son
- Forest Sage, Poet Lake, Bodhi Rain, & Prairie Moon — Teresa Palmers children
- Milo William, Sailor Gene, Lula Rose — Liv Tylers children
- Jett and Ray — Lisa Lings children
- Luna, Milo and Este Maxine — Chrissy Teigen and John Legends newest daughter
- Suri — Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes daughter
- Dusty Rose and Gio Grace – Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo children
- Onyx, Ever, and Winter – Alanis Morisettes children
- Skyler – Slade Smiley and Gretchen Rossi’s daughter
- Wednesday – Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome’s daughter
- Bronx, Jagger, and Ziggy – Ashlee Simpson’s kids
- Iggy – Noel Fielding and Lliana Bird’s daughter
- Katherine and Spencer – Mindy Kaling’s children
- Jack, Elois, Lyla – Chris Pratt’s children
- Future, Sienna, and Win – Sierra’s children (Russell Wilson father of Sienna and Win)
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Why you may want to choose a unique baby name
- It sets your child apart and makes them stand out.
- It allows your child to have a distinct identity and personality.
- It can have special meaning or significance to you or your family.
- It can be a reflection of your cultural or personal background.
- It can be a conversation starter, and a way for people to remember your child.
Advantages of a unique baby name
We do love a unique name.
They can be creative, different, fun, and often meaningful.
I have a personal history with unique names, as my full first name is Janelle and even my nickname is unique, Nell.
Growing up, I hated my more uncommon name. And hated my nickname.
Hate’s a strong word but in this case, it fits.
I just wanted to be a Jennifer or Stephanie or Carrie.
But as I grew up and became more confident in who I am as a person, I completely embraced my unique name and fell in love with it.
I now love that I don’t know many other women named Janelle.
And I don’t think I’ve ever met another Nell! Not that there aren’t any out there but they aren’t as plentiful as Jennifer’s. (Not bashing common names by any means. I think they’re beautiful but I’m personally happy with my unique name, now.)
4 advantages to using a unique name
- Unlikely to be one of the many with the same name
- Memorable name — people aren’t going to forget it
- If named after family or culture it can create a sense of pride
- Conversation starter
Wrapping up: Celebrity baby names
Naming your baby is such a personal experience and one that only you and your partner can agree on. The names in this article are a great jumping off point should you be considering unique names or names inspired by celebs.
You can find other naming ideas in the baby name category of our website.
Specifically, if you’re searching for boy names and girl names.
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Mom to Littles is a passion project of long-time stay-at-home mother of three boys. Nell loves to write about baby names, pregnancy advice, best baby products, and self-care for new moms. You’ll find MomtoLittles.com to be a place for real talk and a warm hug from a friend for the mom of little children.