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Whether you are trying for a baby or not, we bet this list will intrigue you all the same.
It is now believed that your first name could be the key to predicting when you might become a mum.
These are the names that are most likely to be pregnant this year.
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The average age for a woman to give birth in the UK is 30, meaning the median year of birth is 1990.
By looking at the names that were the most popular that year you can see the names of the women most likely to become mums this year.
The most popular name of 1990 in England and Wales was Emma.
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So, if your name is Emma then you are the most likely to find yourself expecting in 2021, the study has claimed.
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Meanwhile, the names Laura, Sarah, Stephanie and Kirsty also made the Top Five that year so are also in with a chance.
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Find out if yours is featured in the top 20 here:
Since 1990, Emma has fallen out of fashion and in 2020 only just made it into the Top 100 girls names.
Last year the most popular baby name for a girl was Sophia, with the name finally managing to pip Olivia to the post for the first time in three years.
Amelia, Lily and Isla made up the top five of the list compiled by Babycentre UK.
The more unusual names Talia, Lyla, Niamh, Delilah, Anaya, Aisha, Madison, Zainab, Mabel, Margot and Eliana all featured for the first time.
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Meanwhile, the name Karen fell out of the Top 100 entirely following its rise in unpopularity after being used as a negative meme.
For boys, the top choice Muhammad stayed the same followed by Noah, Oliver, Arthur and Leo.
Some new entries made their way into the top 100 list, with Ellis, Albert, Mlio, Hudson, Jasper, Austin and Ayaan all making their debut.
Mrs Hinch’s son’s name Ronnie also featured in the top 100.
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