Parents Just Won't Stop Naming Kids After 'Frozen' And 'GoT' Characters

Future Britain may very well answer to a prime minister named Khaleesi.

According to Britain's Office for National Statistics, parents are shamelessly naming their children after characters from the HBO drama “Game of Thrones.”

Many baby boys owe their monikers to the HBO drama.

Even more girls were named in honor of the show.

Parents didn't stop at "Game of Thrones" when mining the media for their little ones' appellations.

"Frozen" was also fair game.

Parents who undoubtedly consider themselves “hella swaggy,” “mad tight” or “legit as f*ck” turned to their Spotify accounts in search of some dope names for their offspring.

Rita Ora, Drake and Iggy Azalea owe the maintenance of their legacies to these adventurous new parents.

The success of One Direction, who, let's face it, don't have the rarest of names among them, may have accounted for some of the 5,379 babies named Harry in 2014.

For anyone wondering whether or not the Kardashians' reign over social consciousness will ever fade, the parents of 240 British children say, "Hell nah.”

Parents hoping for a hairy, mutant baby (aren't we all?) may have been inspired to call their sons and daughters Logan with the release of each "X-Men" film.

Overall, it appears the beautiful faces of Hollywood remain muses for moms and dads.

Let us take a moment of silence to honor the babies named Lady Gaga out there: May your names not deter you from your missions.

Citations: Britain's parents are naming their babies Khaleesi, Arya and Tyrion (Mashable)