Earlier this year, Oliver, Jack Harry, Amelia, Olivia and Emily were announced as the most popular baby names of 2016 by the Office of National Statistics.
Olivia and Amelia are still the two most popular girls’ names. For boys Oliver and Jack remained popular, each being the top boy’s name in 12 UK cities.
Some cities showed more unusual results, in Peth the names Eilidh and Tom were the most common. In Newry it was Ryan and Grace and in Stirling it was Noah and Ellie.
In Bagnor and St Asaph Osian was the most popular boy's name and in Leicester Isla was the most popular girl's name.
The most popular names differed by country
Most popular in England and Wales: Amelia and Oliver.
50 per cent of the most popular names in Wales are of Hebrew origin
In Scotland, the most popular names were Jack and Olivia
40 per cent of the most popular names in Northern Ireland are English names
On the whole, 40 per cent of the most popular names in the UK are of German origin, and 37 per cent are of Hebrew origin.