Most popular baby names: The top 50 girls' and boys' names in England and Wales for 2013

Oliver was the most popular boys' name and it was Amelia for girls

The most popular baby names for England and Wales in 2013 are listed below.

1 Amelia                  1 Oliver

2 Olivia                    2 Jack

3 Emily                    3 Harry

4 Ava                      4 Jacob

5 Isla                       5 Charlie

6 Jessica                 6 Thomas

7 Poppy                  7 Oscar

8 Isabella                 8 William

9 Sophie                 9 James

10 Mia                                           10 George

11 Ruby                                        11 Alfie

12 Lily                                            12 Joshua

13 Grace                                        13 Noah

14 Evie                                            14 Ethan

15 Sophia                                       15 Muhammad

16 Ella                                             16 Archie

17 Scarlett                                       17 Leo

18 Chloe                                          18 Henry

19 Isabelle                                        19 Joseph

20 Freya                                          20 Samuel

21 Charlotte                                     21 Riley

22 Sienna                                        22 Daniel

23 Daily                                           23 Mohammed

24 Phoebe                                      24 Alexander

25 Millie                                           25 Max

26 Eva                                            26 Lucas

27 Alice                                            27 Mason

28 Lucy                                          28 Logan

29 Florence                                     29 Isaac

30 Sofia                                           30 Benjamin

31 Layla                                           31 Dylan

32 Lola                                             32 Jake

33 Holly                                           33 Edward

34 Imogen                                       34 Finley

35 Molly                                           35 Freddie

36 Matilda                                        36 Harrison

37 Lilly                                              37 Tyler

38 Rosie                                          38 Sebastian

39 Elizabeth                                     39 Zachary

40 Erin                                             40 Adam

41 Maisie                                          41 Theo

42 Lexi                                             42 Jayden

43 Ellie                                             43 Arthur

44 Hannah                                      44 Toby

45 Evelyn                                       45 Luke

46 Abigail                                        46 Lewis

47 Elsie                                           47 Matthew

48 Summer                                    48 Harvey

49 Megan                                       49 Harley

50 Jasmine                                     50 David

  Source: Office for National Statistics

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