Becoming a parent comes with lots of responsibilities, with one of the first involving picking out the perfect name.
While some parents will choose something traditional, or carry on a name in the family, others will opt for something more unusual, taking inspiration from popular culture. Pregnancy and parenthood company Bounty has revealed the names it predicts will become popular with new parents over the next 10 years, with these 20 monikers expected to be top of the trends for baby boys and girls.
1. Chester and Nellie
Boys: Chester. Origin: English. Girls: Nellie. Origin: Greek Photo: Shutterstock
2. Levi and Elodie
Boys: Levi. Origin: Hebrew. Girls: Elodie. Origin: French Photo: Shutterstock
3. Hudson and Anastasia
Boys: Hudson. Origin: English. Girls: Anastasia. Origin: Greek Photo: Shutterstock
4. Eddie and Margot
Boys: Eddie. Origin: English. Girls: Margot. Origin: French Photo: Shutterstock
5. Myles and Aubrey
Boys: Myles. Origin: Latin. Girls: Aubrey. Origin: English Photo: Shutterstock
6. Rio and Ayda
Boys: Rio. Origin: Spanish. Girls: Ayda. Origin: Photo: Shutterstock