12 Most Curious Reasons Behind Celebrity Kids’ Names

What are some of the strangest names you have ever heard? Do you know the meaning of your name?
One of the most time-consuming tasks for a parent to do is choosing a name that fits their child. It can be challenging to opt for a name that won't be disparaged when the child grows up, therefore most parents prefer to choose ones that sound fairly regular. Sometimes parents will give their kids names that are symbolic of something in their lives. Interestingly, Hollywood has a huge following for this. The reasons behind the names of famous children might be found here.
When it comes to celebrities' babies, their names are often a little more unique. Nonetheless, all parents, especially those in the spotlight, enjoy giving their children's names a special meaning. On a few occasions, our favorite celebrities choose to share with the world how and why they made that important decision. Celebrity Kids’ Names has several reasons.
Here are 12 celebs that have given their children unusual names which have left us wondering, "Why?"

#1 Ashley Tisdale and Christopher French: Jupiter

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The daughter of actress Ashley Tisdale and Christopher French has a really unique name, Jupiter. The reason why the actress picked this name is really sweet.
“I remembered my mom used to sing me a song when I was little. When she put my tights on,” Tisdale said, smiling. “It’s like, ’Hands up! Reach for the stars, there goes Jupiter, there goes Mars.’ And I thought, ’Jupiter is such a great name!’”

#2 Beyoncé and JAY Z: Rumi and Sir Carter

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed lovely twins Rumi and Sir Carter in 2017. The happy father explained the reason for their names in one of his interviews. Sir was like, man, come out the gate. He carries himself like that. He just came out, like, Sir,” he said. Rumi was named after the couple's favorite thirteenth-century Persian poet, Rumi, who composed love poetry.

#3 Christina Aguilera and Matt Rutler: Summer Rain

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In the summer of 2015, Christina Aguilera and her husband welcomed their baby, Summer Rain. The meaning of this name is extremely lovely. In an interview, Aguilera stated, “Summer is a time of spreading warmth and light, while rain washes away...replenishes and brings new life to allow growth and new beginnings.”

#4 Courteney Cox and David Arquette: Coco

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Coco is the name of Courteney Cox and David Arquette's daughter. The Friends actress told the press that the name was an abbreviated form of her full name, Courteney Cox. The Arquettes, like Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, thought the name reminded them of another sweet fruit, the coconut (which is "coco" in Spanish).

#5 David and Victoria Beckham: Harper Seven

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David and Victoria Beckham chose their only daughter a rather strange name, Harper Seven. As the soccer star revealed, Harper is an old English name that the pair adores, as well as the name of Harper Lee, the author of Victoria's favorite book, To Kill a Mockingbird. As for Seven, it symbolizes spiritual perfection, the Seven Wonders Of The World, seven colors of the rainbow, and it's considered a lucky number in many cultures.

#6 Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin: Apple

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have a daughter named Apple. The decision to give their child this name was proposed by Chris, and Gwyneth immediately adored it: “It sounded so sweet, and it conjured such a lovely picture for me, you know. Apples are so sweet, and they’re wholesome.”

#7 Halsey and Alev Aydin: Ender

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Ender Ridley is the name Halsey and her lover, Alev Ayding, gave to their kid. Ender is a Turkish name that means "very rare." To announce the son's birth, Halsey uploaded a cute snapshot of him on Instagram, stating, “Gratitude. For the most ’rare’ and euphoric birth.”

#8 Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel: Silas Randall

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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel became parents in 2005 with the birth of their baby who has an uncommon name, Silas Randall, which has a specific meaning for the couple. Sila was Timberlake's maternal grandfather's middle name. Randall is the singer's middle name, meaning "man of the woods" in Latin.

#9 Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson: True

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True Kardashian's unique name was explained by Khloé Kardashian:  Her grandmother chose the name, which was a combination of her great-grandfather's first name and her grandfather's middle name. Throughout her pregnancy, she couldn't get it out of her thoughts, so she knew it was the right name.

#10 Orlando Blum and Katy Perry: Daisy

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Katy Perry and Orlando Blum welcomed their first child, Daisy, in 2020. This adorable name, which generally symbolizes the flower, also has a cute meaning. As Perry subsequently said, Daisy, for her, means purity.

#11 Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome: Wednesday

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Rupert Grint, the Harry Potter star, and his fiancée, Georgia Groome, became parents in 2020 and named their daughter Wednesday. “It’s a good name, isn’t it? It’s a strong name... I’m always hesitant to say it was The Addams Family, but it was, yeah, kind of The Addams Family.” Rupert said when asked what it meant.

#12 Vin Diesel and Paloma Jiménez: Pauline

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Vin Diesel and Paloma Jiménez called their daughter Pauline for emotional reasons, however, there is no specific meaning. The actor explained that he chose this name to honor his late friend and Fast and Furious co-star, Paul Walker.
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