Yet again traditional baby names for boys and girls have come out on top as the most popular names in England and Wales.
Oliver and Olivia have kept the top slot for the third year running according to statistics released by the ONS (Office of National Statistics).
Even though many parents, encouraged by weird and wonderful celebrity baby names, go down the less traditional and more imaginative route, traditional names are still the most popular for boys and girls alike.
The Top 10 Girls' Names for 2010 are:
Olivia Sophie Emily Lily Amelia Jessica Ruby Chloe Grace Evie
The Top 10 Boys' Names for 2010 are:
Oliver Jack Harry Alfie Charlie Thomas William Joshua George James
According to the ONS, Jack was most popular name for boys in the North East and Sophie and Lily were favourite names for girls in the South West and East of the UK.
Ruby remains a favourite girl's name in Wales - possibly something to do with the fact that Charlotte Church has a daughter called Ruby.
This year's new entries in the top 100 Baby Names include Ollie, Caleb, Bobby, Dexter, Jenson and Kayden for boys and Eliza, Annabelle, Laila, Maryam, Aisha and Maisy for the girls. Find more Baby Names and Meanings here.