Statistics have revealed that the most popular baby names in England and Wales over the last year are Harry and Amelia. Could that have something to do with a certain Mr Harry Styles?
It's assumed that the name Harry is as a result of the huge success of boy band One Direction and member Harry, who first came to fame when they met on the X Factor.
Harry has gained a reputation both as a teenage hearthrob, and as a serial womaniser with a taste for older women, as seen by his relationships with Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack and married radio DJ Lucy Horobin. Yet that hasn't stopped him influencing a whole new generation!
It's highly likely that Prince Harry, Britain's most eligible bachelor, has also been a heavy influence.
The statistics, provided by the National Office of Statistics, also reveal Amelia to be the highest ranking name for girls - which may be influenced by X Factor finalist Amelia Lily.
These results really show the influence of reality TV, and particularly the X Factor on British culture - after all, Amelia doesn't even have an album out yet!
Curiously, the second most popular names for baby boys and girls are Oliver and Olivia. What a strange coincidence!
Rounding off the top 3 are Jack for boys and Lily for girls. Come on guys, remember: Harry Potter's dad was called James, not Jack!
The figures are taken from official records of 723,913 babies, which contain 28,000 boys names and 35,000 girls names.
X Factor winners and losers.