Renowned for their distinct preferences, celebrities frequently embrace unconventional and remarkable selections when naming their precious babies. This article will look at uncommon celebrity baby names that have held global fascination.
Justin Baldoni from Jane the Virgin and his wife Emily welcomed baby boy Maxwell Roland-Samuel in 2017.
Star Eddie Redmayne from The Theory of Everything and his PR executive wife, Hannah Bagshawe decided on two names for their daughter, who was born in 2016.
Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany decided to go for a name that is shared with Saint Agnes of Rome, a new that is centuries old. Agnes Lark was born in 2011 and her name is martyred for her loyalty to her faith.
Singer and actor Justin Timberlake and his wife, actress Jessica Biel gave their son a strong but not common baby name. Silas was one of Jesus’ disciples and the middle name of Randall is after his father Justin and grandfather.
Claire Danes from Homeland and her husband Hugh Dancy chose a classical and cool baby name for their baby boy who was born in 2012. His full name is Cyrus Michael Christopher Dancy, Cyrus meaning “one who gives care”. His second name is after his dad who is an actor.
Actor, director and comedian Jason Bateman and his actress wife Amanda Anka chose a very unique name for their daughter.
Dax Shepard and his wife Kristen Bell didn’t want to spend time looking at the “best of” baby name lists when choosing one for their children. Their second daughter, Delta, refers to the fourth-brightest star in a constellation and also an area where the river splits.
Actress and model Molly Sims and her producer husband, Scott Stuber gave their third child the classic name Gray Douglas.
Katherine Heigl and her husband Josh Kelley have been creative and imaginative with their names for their daughters, Naleigh and Adalaide. However, they decided to stick to a family name for their son who was born in 2016.
Actor and comedian Jason Sudeikis and his partner Olivia Wilde didn’t want to use humour for their baby names. The classic name Daisy Josephine was used, which is just as lovely as their son Otis Alexander.
Chrissy Teigen and her husband John Legend are one of our favourite couples, and they choose the best baby names. They introduced baby Luna Simone in 2016 and have since had another one.
Jason Statham and his fiance Rosie Huntington-Whiteley decided to keep a traditional name when it came to their son, Jack Oscar, who was born in 2017.
Liv Tyler and her husband, Dave Gardner, decided on the cute name Lula for their baby girl, born in 2016. Lula joins her big brothers Milo, Sailor and Gray.
Ali Larter, former Heroes star and her husband Angie Tribeca, chose a pretty combo name Vivienne Margaret for their baby who was born in 2015.
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher chose very uncommon name for their daughters Elula and Olive, but made the decision to go classic with their third child, Montgomery Moses who arrived in 2015.
Hugo Wilson, with the former name meaning “bright in mind and spirit” is the name that Once Upon a Time stars Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas chose for their son.
When it came to naming their first child, Amber Tamblyn and David Cross decided to keep it simple with the elegant but not overused name Marlow Alice, who was born in 2017.
With the original name Benedict Cumberbatch, he and his wife, Sophie Hunter decided to keep it going, just less tongue-twisting. Hal Auden was born in 2017 and is Benedict and Sophie’s second child.
Kerry Washington and her husband Nnamdi Asomugha welcomed their son in 2016. Caleb Kelechi is a name that comes from the Old Testament and his middle name means “to thank God.”
Jack Osbourne and wife Lisa Stelly have a classic and cute name for their firstborn, Pearl Clementine.
Another world-favorite couple, Ryan Reynolds and his wife Blake Lively decided to call their first daughter James, but then chose a more traditional name for their second daughter, who they named Ines, the Spanish variant on Agnes. Ines was born in 2016.
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