When choosing a name for a child, some parents opt for names that have been in their families for generations, while others want their children to be known by something more unique. Many celebrities tend to lean toward the latter, selecting names that are one of a kind and memorable. Some options on this list of celebrity baby names might inspire you to be a little bit more daring when naming your child, like Teresa Palmer’s choice for her daughter. And others will make you believe old-fashioned names need to make a comeback, like Robbie Williams' choice.
Additionally, some celebrities are choosing to break gender norms by giving their children names that work for both boys and girls — we’re talking about you, Ashton Kutcher, father of Wyatt, and Kourtney Kardashian, mother of Reign. Check out this list and see if any of these celebrity baby names are a good fit for your future bundle of joy.
Expect the name Archie to peak in the upcoming years now that the the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have chosen this old-fashioned name for their first son.
Actress Teresa Palmer and husband Mark Webber named their first two children Forest and Bodhi. They then decided to continue the wellness and nature theme by naming their daughter Poet Lake.
Actor Jason Bateman and Amanda Anka named their daughter Maple Sylvie, which is one of the most popular tree-inspired names for babies.
Actors Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell also love unique names — their daughters are named Lincoln and Delta.
Amy Schumer and husband Chris Fischer picked the name Gene, which means "well-born." His middle name, Attell, is actually the last name of Schumer's close friend.
Singer Jason Aldean and wife Brittany Kerr Aldean have location-themed names for their children. Navy Rome follows her older brother, Memphis.
Who better to inspire the rest of the world than Beyoncé herself? She picked the name Blue for her first daughter after finding inspiration in Rebecca SoInit's novel A Field Guide to Getting Lost.
Singer Justin Timberlake and actress Jessica Biel named their son, Silas Randall, after Timberlake's maternal grandfather.
Daisy Josephine is the adorable baby name that actors Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde chose for their daughter.
Actors Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher picked the vintage names Montgomery Moses for their son. Montgomery means "man power" while Moses means "draw" in Hebrew.
Actress Eva Longoria and husband José Bastón paid tribute to their Latino culture by giving their first son the name Santiago, the Spanish version of the Biblical name Jacob.
Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field are bringing back the old-fashioned name Theodora, which was often used by royalty.
The name Wolf is actually a nickname for Wolfgang, but actress Zooey Deschanel and husband Jacob Pechenik combined it with Charlie for their son.
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin made an elegant combination of two Hebrew names Carmen and Gabriela, which mean "ode" and "God is my strength" respectively.
Actors Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively gave their younger daughter this French name, which is only given to about 100 girls a year. Their older daughter is James.
Sofía Vergara named her son Manolo, a nickname for Manuel, which is typically used by Portuguese royalty.
Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling picked Esmeralda Amada for their first daughter, which refers to emeralds.
After meeting on the set of Once Upon a Time, Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas has a child together and named him Hugo, which means "heart, mind, and spirit."
Actor Eddie Redmayne and wife Hannah Bagshawe named their daughter Iris, a name that is slowly gaining spots on the most popular baby name list.
Actress Katherine Heigl and husband Josh Kelley gave their middle child the elegant name Adalaide, which means "nobility."'
Kelly Clarkson and husband Brandon Blackstock seem to like unique names for their children. Their eldest daughter is River Rose and their youngest is Remington Alexander.
The first of the Kardashian sisters to become a mother, Kourtney set a precedent for unique baby names. The quirkiest combo is for her only daughter, Penelope Scotland.
Actors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher opted for a gender-neutral first name for their daughter Wyatt Isabelle, while their son, Dimitri Portwood, brings back an old-fashioned name.