Celebrity news News & Gossip A-Z top celebrity baby names We round-up our favourite celeb baby names in alphabetical order 1 of Ad break A is for...Arthur Actress Selma Blair gave birth to a little boy in July 2011. Her and her partner at the time Jason Bleich named him Arthur. This name is now rumoured to be a top royal baby name choice for Kate and Wills who are expecting their first baby in 2013. B is for...Brooklyn The eldest of the Beckham brood, Brooklyn has long since lost it's shock-factor and has become quite the sensible name among celeb-ville. Kudos to David and Victoria Beckham, who, let's face it, hardly ever get a trend wrong. We're still rather hoping the 5th baby rumours are true. C is for...Camden Nick and Vanessa Lachey proudly welcomed beautiful boy Camden in September 2012. The pair's first baby, they attribute their name choice to a street they often passed on their way to the hospital. D is for...Dolly After weeks of speculation, Chantelle Houghton and Alex Reid settled on a name for their daughter, Dolly. We rather like the simplicity of the name, even after all of that pondering! Continue slideshow > E is for...Emme Part of a twin double-act, Emme is J.Lo and Marc Anthony's daughter. We love the quirky twist and it's a nice fit with twin brother Max's name. F is for...Flynn Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom welcomed their first son in January 2011. They named him Flynn - the perfect name for a mummy with angel wings. G is for...Gloria In May 2012 Maggie Gyllenhaal and hubby Peter Sarsgaard shared news of the arrival of their second daughter, naming her Gloria. A shoe in for our best of the Gs! H is for...Harper Back to the Beckhams again - this time for their only daughter Harper Seven. Said to be a reference to the classic book To Kill A Mockingbird's author Harper Lee, Victoria's already named a line of bags after her. Continue slideshow > I is for... India Rose Daughter of actor Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky, India Rose has proved to be a popular name in celebville. Take That member Mark Owen's daughter is called Fox India. Chris and Elsa welcomed their daughter in May 2012. J is for...Jackson Charlize Theron chose this rather simple moniker for her adopted son in March. Charlize kept him out of the spotlight for a while and says she's keen to keep him grounded, although joked he freaked out the first time he went on a commerical flight. K is for...Kai Coleen and Wayne Rooney chose this for their firstborn son. Now expecting their second child, we wonder whether they'll be adventurous again or stick to something more traditional. L is for...Luca Former Disney actress Hilary Duff and hubby Mike Comrie named their baby boy Luca. He's since become quite the Twitter regular, with mum Hilary being pretty snap-happy. Continue slideshow > M is for...Monroe and Moroccan Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon went for a double 'M' with their twins Monroe and Moroccan. The twins, aka Dem Babies, even have their own website! N is for...Noah Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green welcomed their first son and gave him the name Noah. Their son's name immediately swooped to top spot in a poll of favourite celeb baby names. Not bad going, huh? O is for...Olive New mum Drew Barrymore teased us with revelations that she'd actually chosen her baby name way back in the 90s. But, the excited mum joined talk show host Ellen De Generes where she explained that a nurse had told her and hubby Will Kopelman that her baby was the size of an olive and they never looked back. Cute, huh? P is for...Penelope Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick named their first daughter Penelope Scotland, joining son Mason. Whether the pair love haggis, or there's a more deep and meaningful reason, we're yet to find out! Continue slideshow > Q is for...Quinn Sharon Stone has adopted three children and gave her eldest son, who she adopted in 2006, the name Quinn. He joins adopted brothers Roan and Laird. R is for...Rosalind Well, Rosalind is kind of her name. Uma Thurman has given her daughter somewhat of an unsually long name being Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson. We like Rosalind. S is for...Shiloh Part of the 'Brangelina' brood, Shiloh was Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's first biological daughter. Shiloh has turned into quite the little tom boy and is most easily recogniseable by her short blonde hair. T is for...Theodora More affectionately known as 'Teddy', Theodora takes top spot for the Ts. Daughter of Robbie Williams and wife Ayda, she is also known as Theodora Rose. Continue slideshow > U is for...Usher Ah, celebs. With a whole plethora of names to choose from, Usher named his first on Usher Raymond V. Well, no-one could tell him it was a bad name, ah? V is for...Vivienne Back to Brad and Ange, Vivienne makes up one half of twins Knox and Vivienne. The pair are the couple's second biological children. W is for...Willow Both songstress Pink and actor Will Smith chose this name for their children. Willow Smith is best known for whipping her hair back and then shaving if off, while Pink's Willow has had us chuckling through her mum's hilarious tweets. Both made Willow our top choice for celeb baby names starting with W. X is for...Xander Actress January Jones helpfully filled our X spot by naming her son Xander. Helpful and a pretty darn cool name. Continue slideshow > Y is for...Yeshna As with Xander we were somewhat stumped when it came to a celeb baby beginning with Y - enter Sinead O'Connor. Sinead has four children, one of which is a son called Yeshna Francis Neil, born 2006. Z is for...Zahara To the Brangelina brood for the last and final installment. Zahara Marley was Brad and Angelina's third adopted child. 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