Celebrity Baby Names of the Month
Although she took center stage, HRH Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge wasn’t the only high-profile celebrity child born in May. Here CaraMichelle presents the complete, comprehensive list of starbabies born last month.
The nickname trend was represented by a girl named Emmy and boys Alfie and Lenny, while the more unusual included a Marfa, Soleil, Meraline (the sixth in a sibset of M-starting sisters), Brexton and Leezak,
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on June 4th, 2015 at 6:13 am
Where you have the siblings listed for Bode Miller’s new son, could “Nate” be changed to Samuel, which is the boy’s legal name? “Nate” is the name that Bode calls him, as he refuses to use his birth name. It’s disrespectful to Samuel’s mother, for him to be listed as anything other than Samuel. Hope it can be changed.
on June 4th, 2015 at 8:24 pm
I agree with @maggiemary, as avid name fans I’m sure many of my fellow Berries have paid attention to the fight between Bode Miller and Sara McKenna over the name of their son. It really is a sad situation and I feel that Miller has completely disrespected the mother of his son. He also did this to the mother of his first child; the mother picked the first name Neesyn and he picked the middle name Dacey, but will only refer to her as Dacey. I believe they are on good terms, but it seems odd that he basically changed the name of two of his children. Here is an essay by Sara McKenna if anyone is interested in the great name debate: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/celebs/news/a6165/sara-mckenna-bode-miller-custody/.
On a much happier note, I really love this month’s girl celebrity baby names. None of the boy names are bad, I just wasn’t blown away :). I adore the name Elle, it’s very short and sweet. Galia is a name I’ve never heard before, but it rolls off the tongue beautifully and feels like Dahlia with an exotic twist. Winner for my favorite sibset: Romy, Myla, and Charlize. I don’t adore any of these names individually, but they complement each other so well, I bet they’re parents are really cool.
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