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Sophie Hinchliffe – aka Mrs Hinch – is best known as Instagram’s most influential cleaner and along with her home cleaning hacks, the social media star has set a new trend by calling her sweet boy one of the most popular baby names of the year.

As we reach the end of 2020, top baby names like Olivia and Noah have been knocked off the top spot in favour of a few newbies, including Mrs Hinch’s son’s name, Ronnie.

The toddler’s name is in BabyCentre’s top 100 picks of the year and falls alongside other new entries including Ayaan, Rowan, Austin, Jasper, Hudson, Milo, Albert and Ellis, which all appear on the boys’ list for the first time.

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Ronnie is a short form of Ronald, which means ‘advice’ or ‘decision’ and ‘ruler’. The cheeky chap certainly rules the Hinchliffe house with his furry sidekick Henry!

His famous mum's name is a close relation to the top spot for girls, with Sophia taking first place away from Olivia for the first time in three years.

Taken from the Greek meaning ‘wisdom’, it’s the most popular name in the world of film and TV, with actress Sophia Loren on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Olivia and Amelia take second and third place respectively, while new entries include Lyla, Norma, Eliana, Zainab, Mabel, Delilah and Niamh.

The name Margot snaps up a position in the top 100, possibly thanks to Australian superstar Margot Robbie, who’s starred in hit movies Suicide Squad, Bombshell, I, Tonya and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

Margot is a French form of Margaret, taken from the Greek ‘margarites’, meaning ‘pearl’ – how sweet!

While we’ve embraced new names for our wee ones, one in particular has dropped down the rankings – Karen.

The once-popular name is now being avoided by new parents thanks to a flurry of internet memes about women called Karen.

Along with many memes, lockdown boredom has inspired us to name our babies after characters from our favourite box sets.

Hit series Schitt’s Creek has helped David and Alexis climb the ranks while video game Animal Crossing has encouraged a new wave of babies named Olivia, Amelia, Ava and Freya – all in the top ten!

Alternative names have seen a spike too, with more babies called Tiger in 2020. We have Netflix’s Tiger King to thank for that!

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