2018 is shaping to be an impressive year for sport, particularly in the summer. Starting with the Football World Cup in Russia, Wimbledon, the British F1 Grand Prix in Silverstone, Golf Open, Tour de France, women’s hockey World Cup and ending with the European Athletics Championships in Glasgow and Berlin.
Sporting stars are typically high achievers and have the ability to be focused on their goals as well as being highly disciplined. They provide great inspiration for baby names, for those who want to encourage a sense of discipline and passion within their children.
Read on to discover 10 baby names, inspired by some of the world’s highest achieving sporting stars…
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William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, recently revealed the name of their third baby and the world welcomed Prince Louis Arthur Charles.
The responsibility of naming a baby is significant – to both royals and non-royals alike. However, there are certain requirements for royals when choosing a name for their babies. For instance, the name must reference history and be rooted in traditional naming values while also being modern enough to be relatable and relevant.
We take a look at different royal names from around the world to give you some baby name inspiration with a difference.
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A list of the most popular baby boys’ names of 2017, released by the Office of National Statistics showed that the Arabic name Muhammad had replaced William in the top 10 most popular boys’ names in England and Wales.
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