But analysis by the ONS shows that older parents continue to use more traditional names than younger mothers, less influenced by moving trends in pop culture.
For example, whilst Charlotte ranks fortieth for mothers in their later-twenties, for mother aged over-35 it continues to place third.
Where Jack is in fiftieth place for boys born to mothers under-25, it ranks in the top three for those born to older mothers.
Regionally, Arthur was the most popular name in the South East, South West and the East of England, whilst Muhammad was the most popular in London, the North West, Yorkshire and East Midland.
In Wales, Noah was the most popular name with 227 registrations.