Emily took the throne in 1996 and crossed into the 21st century with a reign that lasted until 2007 in several other countries as well as the U. Emily, with its combination of daintiness and dignity, and literary namesakes like Emily Bronte and Emily Dickinson, proved irresistible to 25,149 parents in 1996, 1.3 percent of all baby girls born that year. in 2011, 1.1 percent of girls, showing how much smaller percentages of girls today get the number one name.Emily is still a popular choice at number given a boost as the choice for Rachel and Ross’s baby on "Friends" in 2002 and is now borne by three of todays’ hottest young stars: Emmas Watson, Stone and Roberts. list since at least 1880 and has also been a royal name in several countries.
Hugo is not yet decided whom to go to prom at the palace, but will choose the most elegant. You need to help Emma kiss the boy she is in love with. Elsa is intensely courted by Jack and Joe, two beautiful young boys how are full of qualities.Named and shamed: Harry Enfield character Kevin (left) epitomises the bad image bestowed on people of that name; not even Justin Bieber (right) has popularised his first name.