The world was left just a little shocked when Harry and Meghan revealed Archie's name this week.
But it's not just in the UK where old-fashioned names are fading out of existence.
A study has shown that some of our classic Aussie names are also under threat.
Bruce is on the verge of becoming extinct down under, with only eight Aussie babies given the name in 2018.
Sheryl is also on the threatened list, as well as Gary and Wayne.
But the biggest loss to our collection of names is Beryl - with no-one taking the name since 2005.
According to McCrindle, the most popular names last year were Oliver for boys and Charlotte for girls.
2,063 boys were named Oliver last year, followed by William, Jack, Noah, Thomas, James, Lucas, Henry, Ethan, and Mason.
1,687 girls were named Charlotte in 2018, followed by Olivia, Ava, Amelia, Mia, Isla, Grace, Ella, Chloe, and Harper.
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This story first appeared on 7News
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