It’s been one of the most common names for girls born both in Australia and overseas for the past few years since the birth of British Princess Charlotte in 2015.
But in NSW at least, the regal name Charlotte was knocked off its throne in 2020 and is no longer the state’s most popular girls’ name.
After previously being the most popular name for three years running, Charlotte last year dropped to third place, The Daily Telegraph reported.
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Instead Amelia has been crowned the top choice for 2020, up from fourth place the year before, while the second most popular name was Olivia, which held the same ranking from 2019.
Rounding out the top 10 after Charlotte was Isla, Mia, Ava, Chloe, Grace, Sophia and Zoe, according to the latest figures from NSW Births Deaths and Marriages.
Zoe just re-entered the top 10 in 2020 while Ella dropped out of the top ranking after coming in 10th spot last year.
For the boys, Oliver was the most popular name for the seventh year in a row, followed by Noah in second place and then William – both maintaining their spots from the year before.
Next was Leo, Lucas, Henry, Liam, Jack, Thomas and James. Ethan has fallen out of the top 10, while Liam regained a footing in the names shortlist for the state.
MOST POPULAR BOYS’ NAMES 2020
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MOST POPULAR GIRLS’ NAMES 2020
If your baby is one of the fur variety there is also a shortlist of the most popular names for dogs in NSW for 2020.
Of the 1.5 million pooch names listed on the NSW Pet Registry, Bella and Max came out on top in spots one and two respectively.
MOST POPULAR DOGS NAMES 2020