New parents are also expected to gain inspiration from the royal family when it comes to baby-naming, with the name Louis rising 17 per cent in popularity since the introduction of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's youngest child.
The Duchess of Sussex’s name will appear a lot more frequently as well, after Meghan saw a 49 per cent increase for girls, and Eugenie and Jack will also be contenders.
Parents are also likely to continue the trend of choosing gender-neutral names, according to the site, which suggests the new year will see parents choosing traditionally male names such as Max, Stevie and Tyler for their daughters.
Geography is also expected to become a huge influencer when it comes to naming your newborn.
Tennessee, Memphis, Nash, Georgia, and Raleigh have all seen a surge in popularity in the past year in the States, and popular Australian news presenter Carrie Bickmore also recently jumped on the trend.
Welcoming her third child this week, Bickmore opted for the unique name of Adelaide.