Celebrity parents are known for giving their A-list spawn off-the-wall monikers. Check out our top picks of the strangest celebrity baby names of the past year!
From Moxie Crimefighter to Harlow Sparrow to Audio Science, funky baby names are almost expected from celeb mom and dads. We found seven of the latest kiddos, who’ll either embrace or hate their parents for trying to be original.
Natalie Portman wasn’t just on her way to winning an Oscar for Black Swan, she also gained little man Aleph, thanks to her romance with co-star Benjamin Millepied. (Fameflynet)
January Jones has kept mum about who the baby daddy is to her son Xander Dane Jones. We’re not sure what’s more intriguing: mystery sperm donor or where she came up with the name Xander. (Frazer Harrison/FilmMagic)
Jeremy Sisto and his wife took some extra time to figure out what they wanted to name their son, who was born on March 9, 2012. According to the Suburgatory star, he waited for his son to give him some inspiration and soon after, tweeted the verdict: Bastion Kick Sisto. So I guess this means the babe’s got strong legs, right? (Denise Truscello/WireImage)
Who knew that skinny mannequin Victoria Beckham could pop out a chubba wubba daughter like Harper Seven? The fashion mogul has always been a fan of the old English name ‘Harper,’ and ‘Seven’ has multiple meanings for the Beckhams — namely, seven being a spiritual number and the number daddy David wore on his Manchester United and England Jersey. (FameFlynet)
Funny dude Robert Downey, Jr. decided to get pretty eccentric (what’s new?) when his son was born on Feb. 7, 2012. The wee bairn was named Exton Elias Downey, Jr., which sounds to us like a remote parish in England. (FameFlynet)
After giving birth to first daughter Honor in 2008, Jessica Alba kept the letter ‘H’ close to heart, naming her second girl Haven Garner, who was born on Aug. 13, 2011. (FameFlynet)
Born on Jan. 7, 2012, Blue Ivy Carter came into the world with a whole lot of hoopla, thanks to her super famous folks, Beyoncé and Jay Z, who prepped her arrival with a lavish — albeit controversial — hospital stay and soon after her birth, trademarked her name. (Tumblr)