Finding out a celebrity baby name is perhaps the most exciting part of the whole process. Who could forget when Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry finally revealed the oh-so-modern moniker for their son last year - Archie! Not the formal version, Archibald. Just plain, trendy Archie.
The influence A-list couples have on future name trends is huge - you only have to look in the surge of royal-inspired titles like George, Louis, Charlotte, and of course Archie, for proof.
Locally on Aussie shores, our entertainment royalty seem to be setting their own trends - and there's one name in all its variations they can't get enough of!
Over the weekend, Karl Stefanovic and wife Jasmine Yarbrough revealed the very stylish title of their newborn daughter: Harper May Stefanovic.
Young Harper is in very good company when it comes to her classic name, with the tot joining a slew of fellow celeb spawn who have the widely popular May/Mae in their names.
From Jackie O's daughter, Catalina Mae Henderson, to Bachelor couple Laura Byrne and Matty J's little girl, Marlie-Mae Rose Johnson, celebs can't get enough of this timeless option.
May is of English origin, meaning goddess, and is an abbreviated version of Mary and Margaret.
According to data collected by the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages in Australia last year, May landed in third place of most popular middle names, with 519 Aussie families using it for their daughters.
In first place was the ever classic option Rose (1715), and in second was Grace (1098), while the variation of Mae, first made popular by old Hollywood actress Mae West, scored sixth place.
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