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Find out the top ten names Great Britain has chosen for their baby boys and girls in the last year...
The tenth most popular name for baby girls in 2011 was Isabella - also the full name of Bella Swan, played by Kristen Stewart in 'Twilight'. The data was compiled by the Office for National Statistics for the whole of 2011.
2011 was the year of Will and Kate's royal wedding, so it's no surprise to see the name William at 10th!
One way parents are getting inspiration for their childrens' names is through celebrities' choices. Myleene Klass' has a daughter called Ava, a name which rose two places into ninth for baby girls.
It seems like more and more parents are naming their children after characters in films and on TV. Joshua Jackson might have inspired the name Joshua to ninth place!
The name Grace rose one place in 2011. Maybe it'll rise more this year as parents hope they can raise girls who can hula hoop as well as Grace Jones did at the Jubilee Concert...?
The name James rose two places to eighth in 2011, and with a new James Bond film on the way, maybe it'll climb higher in 2012?
Ruby remains a parents' favourite, holding firm at 7th place in 2011.
Jacob has jumped a huge five places up to fifth - perhaps explained by the popularity of the Twilight films, in which hunky Taylor Lautner plays werewolf Jacob.
Sophie might be a popular name for baby girls for the way it just sounds so soft and pretty! Sophies from Ellis-Bextor to Dahl have inspired the name to sixth place.
Hollywood hunk Tom Hardy is the latest in a long line of famous Toms that might have inspired the name Thomas for baby boys, from Tom Cruise to Tom Hanks.
The Devil Wears Prada star Emily Blunt personifies the name's elegance.
The name Charlie has a timeless appeal. It's been popular ever since Charlie Chaplin was the biggest star in Hollywood in the 1930s.
The name Jessica rose two places to fourth last year, and will surely continue to climb following poster girl Jessica Ennis' spectacular Gold Medal at the Olympics this year.
The name Alfie has a cheeky boyish quality to it - maybe that's why it sits at 4th for the second consecutive year. Lily Allen loves her brother Alfie (pictured) so much, she even wrote a song for him! Speaking of which...
...Lily Allen might have contributed to the name's popularity. The name Lily, like the flower, is simply beautiful - it climbed up one place to third.
Jack continued to be a popular name for baby boys despite dropping to third. What's your favourite Jack Black film? We love School of Rock!
Olivia dropped one place from first last year, but it's still The Name Parents Want, oo oo ooh Honey! What pipped Olivia to first place...?
Oliver drops one place to second, but it's still a hugely popular name. Maybe the fact that Oliver 'Olly' Murs is raking in those number one singles has something to do with it?
The most popular baby name for girls in 2011 was... Amelia! The name jumped up four places from 2010, perhaps because of the success of X Factor winner Amelia Lily.
Harry jumped two places to take first place as the most popular baby name for boys in 2011. With the likes of Prince Harry, Harry Potter and One Direction's Harry Styles all sharing the name, it's a great time to be called Harry!