Prince William and Prince George may be future kings, but Prince Harry wins when it comes to inspiring baby names in Britan.
A new list from the Office for National Statistics shows “Harry” is the third most popular baby name in Britain for 2014. “George” came in at No. 7 and William is No. 10. I can’t say I’m surprised that Harry was so high on the list—who wouldn’t want to share a name with this dashing dancer?
For the second year in a row, “Amelia” and “Oliver” were the most popular baby names in Britain.
This is the first year that “George” topped “William” in terms of popularity. I love ya, Wills, but really, you can’t compete with this cuteness:
“Charlotte” was surprisingly not on this year’s list, but I have no doubt that next year it will be at the top, thanks to our new little princess. Though, “Charlotte” is No. 5 on this year’s top baby names in Canada!
I was quite excited to see “Isla” in the third spot. The Queen’s great-granddaughter is named Isla—she’s the daughter of Peter Phillips and his Canadian wife Autumn. So, I like to think of Isla as our Canadian Princess.
If you’re looking for a little British baby name inspiration, check out some of these regal suggestions.