London's top 20 most popular names for baby boys and girls

 
London's top 20 most popular names for baby boys and girls
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Muhammad and Amelia have been revealed as the most popular names for baby boys and girls in London.

Figures from the Office of National Statistics show Muhammad overtook Daniel as the capital's name of choice, while Amelia trumped Olivia to take top spot for girls.

Mohammed - spelt with an 'o' and an 'e' - also makes an entry at number four in the top 10 most popular boys names in London.

The figures were attained by sampling almost 70,000 new baby names in the capital in 2012, and are the most recent available on the popularity of baby names.

Top 20 boys' names

Muhammad
Daniel
Alexander
Mohammed
Joshua
Oliver
Harry
Samuel
Thomas
James
Jack
George
Adam
David
Ethan
William
Henry
Jacob
Noah
Leo

Top 20 girls' names

Amelia
Olivia
Sophia
Isabella
Mia
Emily
Jessica
Sophie
Ava
Chloe
Lily
Sofia
Grace
Maya
Ella
Isla
Charlotte
Maryam
Alice
Ruby

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