Would you call your daughter Wren? How about Hendrix for a boy?

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed the most popular baby names of 2013 — and some of the more creative names parents have given their children.

Use our interactive graphic to see how many newborns shared your name last year:

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Oliver and Amelia topped the charts as the most popular first names chosen for babies in England and Wales last year.

But some parents shunned popular names, opting to name their children after colours, locations and even musicians.

Creative baby names for girls included:

Wren

A Carolina Wren
A Carolina Wren

Was this name inspired by the bird, or is it a tribute to architect Sir Christopher Wren, who designed St Paul's Cathedral?

London

London
London

The Beckhams named some of their children after where they were conceived — are others following suit?

Phoenix

This name could refer to the city in Arizona, USA, the mythological bird that rises from the ashes, it could even be a tribute to Joaquin Phoenix or River Phoenix... which do you think is most likely?

Logan

Hugh Jackman in The Wolverine.
Hugh Jackman in The Wolverine.

Let's all try and forget that Logan is also Wolverine's nickname in the X-Men series.

Indigo

Indigo
Indigo

Indigo was a colourful name choice by some parents last year.

Genesis

The band or the book of the Bible?
The band or the book of the Bible?

Is this name a result of the band, or the book of the Bible?

Blue

Beyonce with daughter Blue Ivy
Beyonce with daughter Blue Ivy

Music super-couple Jay Z and Beyonce named their daughter Blue Ivy — and of course parents followed their lead.

Creative baby names for boys included:

Prince

Prince
Prince
 

Was this name inspired by the pop legend? Perhaps it was a tribute to Prince William or Prince Harry... heck, it could even be a throwback to the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Who knows?

King

Henry VIII
Henry VIII
 

King — for when Prince just isn't royal or powerful enough.

Junior

Freddie Prinze Jr
Freddie Prinze Jr
 

Remember Freddie Prinze Jr? Well, apparently parents are now skipping the first part of these names — usually the person they're named after — and opting for just Junior.

Hendrix

 

That's right — somewhere in England or Wales there is a baby called Hendrix.

Braxton

Pregnant woman
Pregnant woman
 

My guess is that the mother suffered from a lot of Braxton Hicks contractions and wanted to remind her son of the pain his arrival caused. It'll be a go-to response whenever he complains about anything.

Apollo

The Saturn V rocket that launched Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins on their Apollo 11 moon mission
The Saturn V rocket that launched Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins on their Apollo 11 moon mission

An out-of-this world choice — and the name of Gwen Stefani's son, apparently.

TV trends

Other parents have been looking to their favourite TV shows for inspiration.

The name Piper saw a huge boost in popularity in 2013, thanks to women's prison drama Orange Is The New Black,  while Game of Thrones monikers Daenerys and Tyrion were also registered this year.

 

Breaking Bad's proved influential too, with Skyler, Jesse and Walter all up in the name charts.

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Would you give your child one of the names on this list?