Forget the "Olivias" and the "Noahs," because Hollywood has become known to forge its own path when it comes to celebrity baby names.
We'd like to think that Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin started the unique baby name trend with the birth of their two kids, Apple and Moses, but it seems like these eccentric monikers actually became a to-do many years prior.
Most unique celebrity baby names
Most unique celebrity baby names
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has five children with wife Juliette, who he married in 2000: Buddy Bear Maurice, Daisy Boo Pamela, Petal Blossom Rainbow and Poppy Honey Rosie and River Rocket Blue Dallas (not pictured).
Jason Lee and then-partner Beth Riesgraf welcomed Pilot Inspektor, whose name was reportedly inspired by band Grandaddy. Pilot's half-siblings include Sonny, Alberta and Casper.
Kelly Clarkson and husband Brandon Blackstock opted for the names Remington Alexander and River Rose for their son and daughter.
Alicia Silverstone and then-husband welcomed son Bear Blu Jarecki in May 2011.
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren are parents to three kids: baby Hayes, Honor and Haven.
NBA player Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian gave birth to first child True Thompson in 2018. The couple reportedly split up in early 2019.
Cardi B and rapper husband Offset welcomed daughter KultureKiari in 2018, who joins half-siblings siblings Kody, Jordan and Kalea.
After a high-profile romance, Katie Holmes welcomed daughter Suri with then-fiance Tom Cruise. The couple divorced in 2012 after 5 years of marriage.
Comedian Jenny Mollen and Jason Biggs share two sons, Sid and Lazlo Biggs. Though she opens up about motherhood on her Instagram, she chooses to keep photos of her children private.
Kim Kardashian shares four kids with husband Kanye West named North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine married Victoria's Secret Behati Prinsloo in 2014. The two share two daughters, Dusty Rose (pictured in 2017) and Geo Grace.
Forest Whitaker and Keisha Nash, who filed for divorce in late 2018, share daughters True, Sonnet and Autumn.
Kal-El is Nicholas Cage's second son from his marriage to Alice Kim and was named after Superman.
Mariah Carrey gave birth to twins with Nick Cannon in 2011 named Monroe and Morocco. The couple split in 2014 but occasionally make red carpet appearances together.
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian welcomed daughter Dream Renee Kardashian in November 2016. Blac Chyna is also mom to King Cairo Stevenson.
Jay-Z and Beyonce welcomed daughter Blue Ivy in January 2012, as well as twins Rumi and Sir in 2017.
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder welcomed a daughter in August 2017 reportedly named Bodhi Soleil.
Longtime couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell have two daughters, Delta and Lincoln.
Actress Busy Philipps shares daughters Birdie Leigh and Cricket Pearl with producer Marc Silverstein, whom she married in 2007.
Gwen Stefani shares three sons with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale: Zuma Nesta Rock, Apollo Bowie Flynn and Kingston James McGregor.
Demi Moore and ex husband Bruce Willis share three daughters together: Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Belle.
Hilary Duff and Matthew Koma welcomed daughter Banks Violet Bair in October 2018. The actress is also a mother to son Luca.
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are parents to three boys: Bodhi Ransom Green, Journey River Green and Noah Shannon Green.
Gwyneth Paltrow and husband Chris Martin, who were married from 2003 to 2016, welcomed daughter Apple Martin in May 2004 and son Moses in 2006.
Singer Alanis Morissette and husband Mario Treadway have opted for two unique names for their kids: Onyx Solace Morissette-Treadway and Ever Imre Morissette-Treadway.
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And it's not just a fad for these A-list stars. Funnily enough, it's now more unusual for someone on the big screen to opt for a more traditional name for their child, like "Max" as opposed to one that's influenced by nature or a country.
From "Pilot Inspektor" to "Bodhi" to more than a few "Bears," scroll through above to see some of the most unconventional baby names we've heard of. You might just get some inspiration for your own children!
Popular babies names for 2018
Popular babies names for 2018
Thanks to SNL’s breakout star, this nickname for Aiden or Adele has class, sass and serious staying power.
Whether you’re channeling the classic (Chanel), the modern (Pixar’s latest blockbuster) or the Cox-Arquette, this one (a derivation of "cocoa") has good taste on lock.
Just like its sister names Lulu, Mimi and Lula—this super-stylish mini moniker is simply irresistible.
Meaning “sea” in Hawaiian and “forgiveness” in Japanese, this unisex name was among the top 100 U.S. baby names last year and is up 11 points since 2016, according BabyCenter.
Safer than Jagger, fresher than Jaden, the fifth most popular name of 2017, meaning “bringer of treasure,” continues to “rocket up the U.S. ranks,” according to Nameberry.
The Today host could use a hug, and possibly your child named in her honor. And since this is the 40th most popular girl’s name in the U.S., it’s both unique and uniquely recognizable.
Leave it to Molly Sims to make an eternally cool yet utterly refreshing choice.
Conjuring classic denim and the children of both Matthew McConaughey and Sheryl Crow, the 29th most popular name of 2017 is steadily climbing the charts.
Of Irish origin meaning “wise,” it works for both boys and girls, as either a first or a middle name. Pretty smart indeed.
While Patrick Swayze’s Point Break surfer will always be the original Bodhi to us, Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder made waves when they gave this increasingly popular name to their baby daughter.
Attention-grabbing and presidential, experts predict it will become one of the top five most popular baby names next year—for girls.
Predicted by some to be the number one name for boys in 2018, it didn’t even crack the top 100 last year.
Ever since Rachel Bilson named her daughter Briar Rose, and Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz gave their son the middle name Mowgli, Disney names have been fair game. The experts at BabyGaga predict Sleeping Beauty’s given name—already the eighth most popular of 2017—will be a sleeper hit again next year.