Celebrity Baby Names That Are Kinda Old School and Completely Awesome
Excuse us while we steal these for ourselves
Hollywood children’s names can be pretty bizarre. No offense to the Blues and Norths and Apples and Zumas of the world, but we’re currently into more classic monikers with a pinch of quirk. Read on for 16 favorite celebrity baby names.
Otis (Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis)
Give us all the old-man babies.
Silas (Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake)
We already can’t wait for his musical prodigy uprising.
Hazel (Emily Blunt and John Krasinski)
Move over Blue Ivy, there’s a new color-inspired name in town.
Wyatt (Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher)
Old-timey Western #famgoals.
Aviana (Amy Adams and Darren le Gallo)
Amy Adams named her little girl after the town in Italy where she was born.
Harper (Victoria and David Beckham)
So posh. See what we did there?
Clementine (Ryan and Ethan Hawke)
OK, we lied about the fruit dig. You can’t deny the return of a classic name.
Nahla (Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry)
Why didn't we think of that?
Marlowe (Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge)
The couple split, but this name is a keeper.
Ryder (Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson)
You might recognize him from his airport dancing debut.
Cleo (Zoe Buckman and David Schwimmer)
It’s a girl’s name in this case.
Harlow (Nicole Richie and Joel Madden)
Let us also acknowledge Harlow’s brother is named Sparrow. A house divided.
Zola (Eddie Murphy and Nicole Mitchell)
Sounds like the name of a female superhero, wouldn't you say?
River (Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock)
Sure, it’s a body of water, but it works.
Amaya (Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann)
At the age of 47, everyone’s favorite Law and Order star adopted a daughter--who, now four years old, is now a die-hard T-Swift fan.
Zahara (Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt)
Honorable mention to Shiloh.