HAVING a baby girl next year and need some inspiration for a name?
A naming website has revealed the monikers that are set to be popular in 2020 so you can stay ahead of the curve.
The top baby girls names for 2020 have been predicted by website Nameberry[/caption]
The list was compiled by Nameberry, who analysed which pages have seen a boom of interest in 2019, so could be more popular next year.
If you want to be bang on trend for your baby name, you might want to consider calling your daughter Elsie, which is set to rocket in coming months.
Next in line is Margot, no doubt inspired by Harley Quinn actress Margot Robbie, followed by Cornelia and Emilia.
Also making the top future female names are Mila, Thea, Willa, Arabella and Violet.
TOP TEN BABY NAMES FOR GIRLS FOR 2020
Margot is in second place, no doubt inspired by actress Margot Robbie[/caption]
There is also a name themed on space in the list of the top 10, with Astrid predicted to be selected for a growing amount of baby names.
Meanwhile, the UK’s top baby names from 2018 have been officially revealed, with Oliver and Olivia remaining in the top spots.
Oliver has been the number one choice for boys for the last six years, but could we could see a new moniker take over in a year’s time?
Meanwhile, Olivia is still going strong for girls and was top for a second year in a row, according to a report released from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The top five baby names for girls also included Amelia, Ava, Isla and Emily.
Meanwhile, George, Harry, Noah and Jack also the top boys names for last year.
In 2018, there were 657,076 live births in England and Wales, with 62,729 different names being registered.
WHY ARE OLIVER AND OLIVIA SO POPULAR?
ChannelMum.com’s baby name expert SJ Strum said: “The biggest baby name trend is ‘matching pairs’, where parents pick out a single name while pregnant which works for both a boy or a girl.
“It explains why Oliver and Olivia have held the top spot for so alongside Charlie and Charlotte which are also wedged in the top 20.
“But they now look set to be toppled by fresher, cooler names matching pairs preferred by parents under 30.
“Theo and Thea is another new top pick, at 59 for girls and 19 for boys, with Theodore at 29.
“Freya and Freddie and holding firm, up at 18 for both boys and girls, while Ada – the matching pair for ever-popular Adam – is a fast riser for girls jumping 49 places to 65.”
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