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Actually Amelia (Lady Amelia Windsor), Charlotte (Lady Marina-Charlotte Windsor), Albert (Albert Windsor), Frederick (Lord Frederik Windsor) and Edward (Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, and Edward...
Yesterday, 11:52 AM
I know you wrote that you don't care about the TKAM reference, but I personally can't look past it and I think it will be difficult for many to do so. Jean-Louise, to me, stands out even more than,...
September 16th, 2014, 08:35 PM
I'm quite ambivalent on this. I adore a lot of older names myself and I have gotten some comments about my love for e.g. Olga and Maude, but I really don't care about it. To each his own – there's...
I will be severely disappointed if they give her a Rose/Grace/Marie middle name. They're all just so worn out as middles.
I love Rose as a first name though, but Rose Gosling have too much of an...
These are Danish, so I don't know if you'll be able to use them.
Well, it's a hell lot better than 'Duchess Kate', I'll give Kieran than. Of the other names she mentions, I think the most humane option would have been Peggy, but I guess that's not odd enough.
♔ Michael (grandson of Lady Mary Cecilia Bowes-Lyon) and Jessica (née Carnevale) Troughton welcomed their first child, a son named Peter Timothy Robert, on 10 September 2014.
I personally pronounce it lay-oh-NEE whether it's spelled with or without the accent aigu because I knew a Leonie who pronounced it lay-oh-NEE, so it's just stuck in my mind. I also prefer it...
September 14th, 2014, 11:21 PM
Showtime's The Affair. I literally can't wait. The teasers are slightly tacky but incredibly intriguing and I've always liked both Dominic West and Ruth Wilson. They seem like they have a great...
September 14th, 2014, 10:27 PM
Florence: Lovely, very fresh and flowery. Not my particular style, but a great name. 07/10.
Edith: Makes me think of Edith Piaf whom I absolutely adore. I love that it's getting revived. 09/10....
Ivor James is gorgeous! When encountering Ivor, I always think of it as being a slightly posh name and I think that Benedict would emphasise that. James, however, is smashing and Ivor James has a...
It's sort of dad-dated here in Denmark. There are a lot of dads named Lars. It's also super common. The third most used men's name in Denmark. Reminds me of a dorky, but lovely, school teacher. I...
Eleonora, Leonora and Nora.
I adore it. My first thought will always be Agatha Christie, but I am also very fond of her works and I wouldn't say she's a bad association. My second thought would be Agatha, Saoirse Ronan's...
Ailsa, Fenella, Finola (though I prefer Fionnuala), Isla and Malvina are my own favourites.
♔ Lady Edwina (Louise) Grosvenor (daughter of Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster, and goddaughter of Diana, Princess of Wales) and Daniel (Robert) Snow welcomed their second child, a son named...
September 10th, 2014, 11:54 PM
I really like Wednesday as well, for some reason. I have this little voice inside my head that goes "come on, Wednesday sounds smashing and it's totally usable". On the other hand, I also ask myself...
September 10th, 2014, 11:43 PM
I love all of those so much, if I could, I would include them in all of my boys combinations :D
What @renrose said. And, while I know this is a completely different name, if your husband likes the name because of Les Misérables, why not go for Euphrasie instead? The meaning and intention of the...
September 9th, 2014, 08:27 PM
Edmund for a boy would be really lovely – imagine George and Edmund, now that is a handsome sibset – but I don't know that they will actually go there. I much prefer Edmund to my own current pick,...
Clementine: Perhaps a little too darling for me but absolutely beautiful nevertheless. 08/10.
Ottoline: This one isn't my cup of tea. I'm only just getting my head around Otto, so Ottoline is a tad...
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