'Pippa' Tops The List of Hottest Baby Names! Would You Name YOUR Daughter After Kate Middleton's Sister?

Fri, July 29, 2011 10:19am EST by 7 Comments

Along with Ms. Middleton’s moniker, Isla Fisher’s daughter’s name ‘Elula’ is on the list, as well as Orlando Bloom’s baby’s name, ‘Flynn!’

First came Twilight and Teen Mom baby name domination, and now star-power is taking over! Based on figures from 23 million page views on Nameberry.com, website developer Pam Satran reveals that the name Pippa has sky-rocketed to the top of the list after Pippa Middleton captured the world’s attention at the Royal wedding!

Last year, Pippa didn’t even make the top 400 baby names! That’s a huge jump!

And Elula, the name of the youngest daughter of Isla Fisher and Sasha Baron Cohen, was not in the database in 2010, but is the 38th most searched-for name in 2011 so far, Satran adds.

Other celeb-inspired names this year include Mila, for actress Mila Kunis, and Flynn, the name of  Orlando Bloom and his wife, model Miranda Kerr‘s baby son.

Here’s the top 10 hottests names (as of now) list:

Boy’s Names:

1. Asher

2. Arlo

3. Everett

4. Flynn

5. Archer

Girl’s Names:

1. Pippa

2. Elula

3. Luna

4. Hadley

5. Mila

Do you like these names, HollyMoms?

–Leigh Blickley


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Posted at 5:15 PM on July 29, 2011  

I heard that the Emmas and Olivias are coming back on the top 10 list. Emma was the popular girl’s name back in the 1880’s. That was the time when the US Social Security Administration began to record the popularity of names from every newborn babies.

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Posted at 1:22 PM on July 29, 2011  

please it’s not so strange to name a child after a favorite public figure for example if Tori Speling has another girl and her and Dean named her Vanessa most film fans that know of Tori would automatically assume it was after Redgrave

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