When it comes to picking the perfect baby name for your little one, you may or may not find yourself spending hours trawling Google for the trendiest baby name of all time or the most unpopular baby names to NOT give to your newborn baby.
Perhaps instead of googling moniker options, you look to what the Royals and celebrities are calling their kids (hello, George and Louis).
You see, no matter how you come about landing on the name your child will carry with them for the rest of their lives, new research has shown that Australia's new-gen name-calling patterns are seeing a spike in cool, quirky names and more classic, traditional titles sitting on the sidelines.
While boys' names like Jake, Blake and Joshua have taken a tumble down the trending-names list, the likes of Leo, Archer, George and Finn are on the rise.
Whether you've jotted down some possible names for your on-the-way baby boy or you are merely intrigued to see where your son's name stacks up against other boys' names across the country, these are the top 100 baby names of the year.
Rachael Finch cuddled up with her little boy/doppelganger, Dominic.
Fun fact: Meghan Fox's adorable second son is named Bodhi, too!
Say hello to Kate Hudson's eldest son, Ryder.
Princess Charlotte couldn't have been more excited to meet her little brother, Louis, in April.
Did you know that Britney Spears' youngest son goes by the name of Jayden?
Sir Elton John and his partner, David Furnish, named their first baby boy, born via surrogate, Zachary.
She may've just named her newest baby boy Hart, but her eldest son, who she shares with ex-husband Orlando Bloom, goes by Flynn.
No wonder this is a popular name – the future King Of England reps it!
Got Instagram? Then you've probably come across Roxy Jacenko's son Hunter's Instagram page…
Little brother to Anja, Alessandra Ambrosio's son, Noah, is as gorgeous as his supermodel mum!
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