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Not just Kim Kardashian, these 7 celebs also chose unique baby names

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Kim Kardashian recently had a baby girl through surrogacy and that was already news. Now, the name which she chose for the baby is something people are unable to make peace with. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West named their baby Chicago and Twitter just lost it.

Since people are bewildered with their choice of the name, here is a list of other celebrities who did the same.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

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The first would be this power couple who named their babies North West, Saint West, and Chicago West. That’s a unique choice of names.  Kim wanted to recognize her husband Kanye’s roots so she named her third baby Chicago

Michael Jackson

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The pop legend Michael Jackson had a daughter with Debbie Rowe. They decided to name the child Paris since she was conceived in that city.

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham

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The couple named their first child Brooklyn since Victoria was in New York when she found out that she was pregnant following which she decided to chose that name. Talking about unique names, their daughter is named after David Beckham’s jersey number, Harper 7.

Shakira and Gerard Pique

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The singer welcomed their first child in January 2013. They named the boy Milan Pique Mebarak. They explained that the name means loving in Slavic, Laborious in Ancient Roman and Unification in Sanskrit. That’s a thoroughly researched name.

Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth

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Reese had her third child with her second husband. The Oscar-winning actress named the child Tennessee. However, she has not revealed the reason behind her choice.

Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger

The former couple has a daughter together named Ireland. Kim even made joke tweeting her name and said, “she’s beautiful but can’t manage her finances.”



Mike Tyson and Lakiha Spicer

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The former boxer also chose to name their children after places. He had two children with his third wife and went on to name them Milan and Morocco.