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Coco+Friends actress Courteney Cox and her hubby David Arquette keep the inspiration behind their daughter's stylish moniker hush-hush, but a close pal tells Star Magazine she's named after Coco Chanel. Another source mused to People magazine: "Courteney's family calls her Cece. Maybe that had something to do with it." Read more about Coco
Tired of the Hollywood baby-naming hoopla, Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards gave their daughter a classic unisex name. "Some of those celebrity names are way out there. It might be cool for a parent to introduce Binocular Jones when he's 6 months old, but in school, it's sort of a curse," Charlie told People magazine. Read more about Sam
Jill Hennessy and Paolo Mastropietro name their baby Marco."He needed an Italian name, and no one is going to mess it up. With a name like Marco, he'll be able to score some chicks in college," Hennessy said when her son was born. Read more about Marco
Victoria and David Beckham chose this name for their son. According to People magazine, the flashy duo conceived their son while visiting New York, so it's their way of paying tribute. Read more about Brooklyn
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick named their son James Wilke. Sources say they named their tyke after Matthew's late father, James, and Sarah's favorite 19th-century British author, Wilkie Collins. Read more about James Wilke
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Musicians Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale named their son after a beach meaningful to them in Malibu, Florida.