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We love celebrity weddings and babies, but what we don’t get is why so many celebrities feel the need to exercise their creativity when naming their kids.

This afternoon, a statement was released by new parents Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman about the birth of their daughter: "We are proud to announce the birth of our daughter, Olive Barrymore Kopelman, born September 26th, healthy, happy and welcomed by the whole family. Thank you for respecting our privacy during this most special time in our lives."

While they’re certainly the most recent celebrity couple to name their child based after a food — and perhaps a favorite of ours? — the list is pretty extensive. Let’s divulge.

Apple: Who could forget when Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin dubbed their daughter with this fiber-filled fruit name? The reasoning behind it was that the couple felt it sounded "wholesome" and "clean."

Clementine: Ethan Hawke and Ryan Shawhughes named their baby girl after the citrus. Her full name, Clementine Jane, sounds worthy of a fictional character, doesn’t it? Fun fact — Claudia Schiffer’s daughter shares the same name.

Coco: We know parents Courtney Cox and David Arquette met on the set of Scream, but perhaps they bonded over their love of hot chocolate when they decided their daughter should be called Coco Riley? We’ll never know.

Poppy Honey Rosie: Famed chef Jamie Olivier gave his daughter not one but two food-based names when she was born.

Diva Thin Muffin: Yes, this is a real name. The daughter of singer Frank Zappa is part of a family filled with peculiar names; the others include — wait for it — Moon Unit and Dweezil.

Sage Moonblood: The late son of Sylvester Stallone definitely had a bold name. We wonder what significance, if any, the herb played in his name choosing.

Java: Lost’s Josh Holloway and wife Yessica Kumala must have had coffee on the mind when they named their daughter.

Saffron: One of the world’s most expensive spices provided the inspiration for the name of Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon and his model wife Yasmin’s daughter. Think she’s high maintenance? That would be funny, wouldn’t it?

Peaches Honeyblossom: The daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates bears just one of the wacky names in her family. The others include Fifi Trixibelle and Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily.

50 Unique Grandma Names for Extra-Special Grandmothers

These days, not everyone wants to be called "grandma" &mdash luckily there are other options!

Of course, there's nothing wrong with going by "Grandma." It's traditional, it's a classic for a reason and it makes lots of people feel connected to their own grandmothers.

On the other hand, you're not a one-size-fits-all grandmother &mdash so why should you have the same name as everyone else on the playground?

If you're looking for a unique grandma name, you're not alone: Increasingly, Baby Boomers are looking to show off their individuality by choosing alternative names for grandma and grandpa. (And you thought choosing the baby name was a dramatic affair.)

This could be because Boomer grandmothers want to distinguish themselves from the grannies on the other side of the family, because they feel too young to be called Grandma or just because, well, picking a name for yourself is fun.

And it is, as these unique grandma names below can attest. Here, find inspiration from traditional names and nicknames, languages spoken all over the world, celebrity "glammas" and other unique grandparents. (And don't forget about Grandpa &mdash we have ideas for grandfather names, too.)

Bethenny Frankel: Skinnygirl

While the world was introduced to entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel on The Real Housewives of New York, let's be real—she's synonymous with her brand Skinnygirl. What started out as a low-calorie margarita is now an empire of guilt-free foods and snacks that include salad dressings, microwave popcorn, seltzers, wines, vodkas, nutrition bars and more!

Beyoncé and Jay-Z went all-out naming their firstborn child, daughter Blue Ivy, in 2012. The name wasn’t picked randomly and holds significance for the couple. Beyoncé hinted what Blue represented by sharing a poem, and fans speculate that Ivy represents the Roman numeral IV, which is the number 4, significant for the couple. The pair went for slightly less unusual names for their twins, welcoming son Sir and daughter Rumi in June 2017. The rapper explained that Rumi is named after their favorite poet and Sir came from the way the baby carried himself.

Jason Lee and Beth Riesgraf welcomed their first child together in September 2003 and named their baby boy Pilot Inspektor. Lee, 50, explained that the name was inspired by one of 41-year-old Riesgraf’s favorite songs by indie rock band Granddaddy. Lee and Riesgraf’s relationship didn’t last, but their son’s name has earned its place in the record books. Lee also has Casper, 11, Sonny, 7, and Alberta, 3, whom he shares with current wife Ceren Alkac.

#3 Gigi Hadid

The model has admitted to loving burgers, especially the ones from JG Melon in the West Village. “My personal motto is ‘Eat clean to stay fit, have a burger to stay sane,” she said. For breakfast, she chooses scrambled eggs, bacon, and toast with coffee and OJ on the side or, under the influence of her British boyfriend Zayn Malik, baked beans. When it comes to sweet treats, Gigi’s favorite is Grasshopper Pie ice cream.

57 Delicious Baby Names Inspired by Food

I mean, you love eating and you love your baby. It makes sense!

Question: Where were you when you found out Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin named their eldest child Apple? FWIW, I was in a corner deli with my dad on a Sunday morning and read it on the cover of the New York Post. It&rsquos stuck with me ever since.

While The Post roasted the now &ldquoconsciously uncoupled&rdquo couple&rsquos choice, the name was the talk of the town for&hellipever, really. I mean, we&rsquore still talking about it now! And it&rsquos actually hella cute.

But you don&rsquot have to be a celebrity of Gwyneth caliber to give your baby a name inspired by your favorite fruit, herb, or five-course meal! In fact, names inspired by food are probably more common than you think. I mean, it&rsquos hard picking out a name for a tiny person you haven&rsquot even met yet. So why not give them a name inspired by something you actually know and love? Like cheese. No, I&rsquom not telling you to name your child Parmigiano. But Brie? Now that&rsquos adorable as f*ck and the star of every charcuterie board.

Below, find 57 of the best baby names inspired by food that aren&rsquot weird (no one&rsquos gonna name their kid Broccoli).

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1. Rye

A cute gender-neutral name for bread lovers everywhere. It&rsquos usually short for Ryder, but Rye is cute enough to stand on its own.

2. Plum

This fruity name just oozes chicness in a way that other food-inspired names don&rsquot. I know I&rsquom right. Bonus points if you dress them in purple.

3. Poppy

Whether you&rsquore a fan of the British socialite Poppy Delevingne or you really like poppyseed bagels, this choice is aggressively cute.

40 Uncommon Baby Names to Help Your Son or Daughter Stand Out from the Crowd

Choosing a popular baby name sounds great in theory, but what about when your daughter is one of six Sarahs in her fifth-grade class alone? To help, we compiled a list of uncommon baby names (that aren&rsquot all that tricky to spell&mdashwe&rsquore looking at you, Starbucks). Keep scrolling for our 40 faves.

It clocks in at #1 on the most uncommon names for boys, according to Bounty.

The Italian version of Max.

The moniker means &ldquoto possess good.&rdquo

It&rsquos currently the most unique moniker for girls on

It means &ldquodefender of the people.&rdquo

Inspired by Glee. It&rsquos unisex and means &ldquowise.&rdquo

An Arabic name meaning &ldquocaptivating.&rdquo

It&rsquos the second least common boy name. *Cue Macauley Culkin&rsquos Home Alone face*

The 24 Best Celebrity Name Puns

Recently the Internet has been buzzing with a new meme trend &ndash visual and hilariously funny puns, usually poking fun at famous peoples&rsquo names. This all started back on September 8th, 2008 when someone uploaded a picture of Reese Witherspoon holding a spoon on the art message board b3ta. A picture next to it showed the actress with the spoon removed and a clever pun that read &ldquoReese Withoutaspoon.&rdquo

Then almost a year later another celebrity name went viral, this time it was a mirrored image of Kanye West, switching it to Kanye East. However, according to knowyourmeme the phenomena itself didn&rsquot spread till 2012, when a Tumblr user i-am-oregonian posted a name pun with Jafar from the 1992 Disney feature film Aladdin. The post received more than 65.000 notes from February till April.

Seeing more and more famous celebrity name puns popping up every day, we couldn&rsquot resist making a list of the best puns out there. Did we miss anything?

Millionaire baby names: Could these baby names make your little one rich and successful?

Aleesha Badkar January 15, 2020 12:18 pm

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We all want our children to get the best start in life, but did it ever occur to you that just picking the right baby name could help your little one become rich and successful?

Well, you might be in luck as a new study has revealed millionaire baby names for boys and girls that are linked to higher salaries.

Luxury online marketplace HushHush looked at internal data as well as the most recent Sunday Times Rich List and found the top 10 millionaire baby names.

Unsurprisingly, researchers are expecting to see a surge in the name Archie, after the arrival of the newest royal last week.

But the list of millionaire baby names actually saw the appearance of a couple of other well-known royals.

Prince William’s and Kate Middleton’s names both made the list – so looks like the royal family is a good place to look if you want to give your little one a high-achieving moniker.

Want to know what else there is to pick from?

Well the top millionaire baby name for girls was actually Alice, closely followed by Kate, Lily, Mary and Victoria.

And for boys? David topped the list, followed by Edward, William, John and Mark.

Looks like a certain Beckham couple might have influenced the list too…

Want more millionaire baby names? Well last year, baby name website Nameberry said that wealth and fortune should be inspiring mums and dads to be.

Linda Rosenkrantz of Nameberry shared her theory that the more successful sounding your child’s name is, the more successful they will become – like a self-fulfilling prophecy right from birth.

She’s shared the names most likely to give you a little millionaire, and we’re pretty sure you’re going to recognise the thinking behind a few monikers on the list.

Linda’s suggestions are based on rankings of the richest people in the world, taken from Forbes and

According to Linda, being name twins with some of the most powerful people in the world could help give your tot a head start in life. In the boys’ list, Bill after Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft) sits in the top spot, with Mark after Mark Zuckerberg (creator of Facebook) also making an appearance.

Millionaire baby names for boys

  • Bill
  • William
  • Amancio
  • Warren
  • Carlos
  • Jeff
  • Elon
  • Mark
  • Larry
  • Lawrence
  • Michael
  • Charles
  • David
  • Gerald
  • Roman
  • Charles
  • Richard

When it comes to the girls, there are some more unique-sounding choices but rest assured, many of them are still inspired by powerful, successful women.

Taking a glance at the list below and you might recognise Alice of Alice Walton (the woman behind American healthcare giant Walmark), and Jacqueline like Jacqueline Mars (creator of one of our favourite chocolate bars).

Millionaire baby names for girls

  • Laurene
  • Jacqueline
  • Liliane
  • Alice
  • Christy
  • Georgina
  • Salma
  • Gina
  • Yelena
  • Iris
  • Susanne
  • Abigail
  • Muccia

Linda recognises that some names like Bill and Mark could come across as a little common, so it’s also advisable to pick a name for your child that will stand out and help them make an impression. Apparently, if you want your mini-me to get rich, the best names to pick are ones with associations of wealth, so while you’re choosing something individual sounding, you should also have money on your mind.

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Linda says: ‘A more obvious approach would be to use names and words and brands associated with luxury and great wealth – all of which are conceivable baby names.’

That’s where these luxurious-sounding names come in handy. There’s no doubt your little man will sound flash with a name like Bentley or Midas. Equally, a little lady named Diamond is sure to sparkle.

Luxurious boys’ names

  • Banks
  • Bentley
  • Cash
  • Chase
  • Croesus
  • Forbes
  • Fortune
  • Hilton
  • Kensington
  • Midas
  • Prosper
  • Sterling
  • Worth
  • York

Luxurious girls’ names

  • Belgravia
  • Diamond
  • Emerald
  • Golda
  • Lira
  • Mercedes
  • Pesata
  • Rica
  • Silver
  • Tiffany

Would you name your child after a famous millionaire? Tell us in the comment box below!

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