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REVEALED: Jersey’s most popular baby names in 2021

REVEALED: Jersey’s most popular baby names in 2021

Wednesday 16 February 2022

REVEALED: Jersey’s most popular baby names in 2021

Wednesday 16 February 2022


Arthur and Sienna were the most popular names among the 897 babies born in 2021... but which others made the top 10?

Isla and Olivia nabbed the second and third spot for girls, while Oliver and Noah completed the top three for boys, according to new data released by the Superintendent Registrar.

While Isabella took the top spot in 2020, it didn’t make the top 10 in 2021. However Lucas fell to the sixth place.

Neither Sienna (1) nor Arthur (1) had made the top 10 last year. 

Since 2016, the name, which was favoured by Princess Beatrice who named her first daughter Sienna Elizabeth, has only featured twice in the top 10. It previously topped the poll in 2018, having not featured among the favourites for 2017. 

Pictured: Princess Beatrice's first daughter, who was born in September 2021, is called Sienna Elizabeth.

Arthur has also only featured twice in the top 10. It previously came ninth in 2019.

Olivia (3), the favourite in 2016, 2017 and 2019, was absent in 2020 and re-appeared in 2021. Ellie (5), Maria (6), Valentina (8), Amelia (9) and Charlotte (10) were all new entries in 2021.

Meanwhile, Freddie (4), Alexander (5), Toby (7), and Sebastian (10) were new entries among boys’ names. 

In total, there were 897 births registered in 2021, 52 more than in 2020.  

The number of births has been steadily decreasing in the last decade. 1,214 babies were born in 2012 and in 2019, before the pandemic, there were 924. 

The full lists...

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