A study by Confused.com analysed UK baby name data from 2020 to reveal the most popular Love Island baby names, and here are the results…
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Most popular male Love Island baby names
- Jack - 2,900 babies
- Charlie – 2,810 babies
- Finley – 2,613 babies
- Tommy – 2,013 babies
- Teddy – 1,627 babies
- Max – 1,585 babies
- Adam – 2,476 babies
- Luca – 1,323 babies
- Toby – 980 babies
- Liam 721 babies
Jack takes first place in the Love Island baby names race. Over the eight seasons of the hit show, there have been a number of Jacks entering the villa, with perhaps some of the most memorable including Jack Fowler, and Jack Fincham who took the crown in 2015 with Dani Dyer.
Jack is the most popular boys name
The second most popular Love Island baby name is Charlie. Did you know that the fourth season of Love Island saw three contestants named Charlie enter the villa?
Olivia takes the top spot
Most popular female Love Island baby names
- Olivia – 3,640 babies
- Millie – 1,319 babies
- Chloe – 980 babies
- Hannah – 708 babies
- Amber – 626 babies
- Laura – 281 babies
- Paige – 261 babies
- Remi – 253 babies
- India – 247 babies
- Megan - 201 babies
The most popular Love Island baby name for girls is Olivia, with 3,640 babies named in 2020. As well as being a popular baby name across the UK, the likes of Olivia Bowen and Olivia Atwood have had a lasting impression on the public since being in the villa.
With 1,319 babies called Millie in 2020, this moniker ranks in second place. Millie Court won the seventh season with current partner Liam Llewellyn.
Tommy Fury will be pleased that his name features on the list
Louise Thomas, Life Insurance Expert at Confused.com, comments:
"Picking the right name for your baby can be one of the most exciting aspects of your entire pregnancy experience. Today, baby name inspirations seem to be taken from everything around us, including our favourite TV shows.
"Our research shows that fans of Love Island seem to be naming their newborns after popular contestants from the show. Data shows a rise in the popularity of those particular iconic names, from the likes of Olivia and Millie to Tommy and Teddy.
"Having children can be one of the most common reasons why people take out life insurance, as that money can be used to help with day-to-day costs as well as for inheritance reasons."
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