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Mia Grace (Zara's Baby Name)

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katatonic Thu 23-Jan-14 13:29:46

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eurochick Thu 23-Jan-14 13:30:54

I think it's lovely.

kitsmummy Thu 23-Jan-14 13:32:30

Hmmm, I think it's fine, a bit too "standard" for my taste but at least she's not gone traditional royal

Jemimapuddleduk Thu 23-Jan-14 13:33:06

Pretty name.

ShreddedHoops Thu 23-Jan-14 13:35:05

Love it! Current, not stuffy at all.

blackandwhiteandredallover Thu 23-Jan-14 13:37:05

I think it's refreshingly normal.

bassingtonffrench Thu 23-Jan-14 13:37:09

that really surprises me. I would have assumed something far more unusual - as her own name was at the time she was given it

MrsBungle Thu 23-Jan-14 13:38:16

It's alright, bit boring but it's ok.

Floralnomad Thu 23-Jan-14 13:40:21

I think its lovely .

katatonic Thu 23-Jan-14 13:40:34

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MyNameIsKenAdams Thu 23-Jan-14 13:41:56

Nice name. Glad she didnt feel the need to go too old royal or celebby - Mia Grace is a perfect sensible name.

HoratiaDrelincourt Thu 23-Jan-14 13:42:56

Oh dear no.

GeekInThePink Thu 23-Jan-14 13:43:33

Do you pronounce it 'me-ahh' or 'my-ahh'?

Either way I like it!

curlew Thu 23-Jan-14 13:48:15

"Maybe she never liked how 'far out' her name is / was and decided to go for something pretty and current."

Think on, all you "unique" name fans!

MyNameIsKenAdams Thu 23-Jan-14 13:48:16

Me ahh

scaevola Thu 23-Jan-14 13:54:19

It's the name of an Eddie Stobart truck.

squoosh Thu 23-Jan-14 14:05:29

I'd hardly call 'Zara' far out. hmm

There's nothing wrong with Mia Grace save the fact it's a bit boring.

curlew Thu 23-Jan-14 14:08:07

If you were as old as me, you would remember how "far out" Zara was when she was born!

There is a good reason it's not considered far out now.........grin

Solo Thu 23-Jan-14 14:10:09

Quite like it.

DelightedIAm Thu 23-Jan-14 14:12:46

What a lovely name. I imagine she will have all the fun of being the second cousin to king George without having to cut ribbons and have press in her face.

squoosh Thu 23-Jan-14 14:15:28

Yes I suppose in 1980 Zara was considered quite exotic. Strange when her mother always seems like the most conventional sort.

Artandco Thu 23-Jan-14 14:16:50

It's nice. I'm surprised they didn't add Elizabeth or Victoria as a middle name also though. Ie Mia Elizabeth Grace

Snowflakepie Thu 23-Jan-14 14:18:48

I like it. Zara didn't strike me as someone who would go for wacky,.

PenguinsDontEatKale Thu 23-Jan-14 14:21:00

A lovely, normal name. Not totally my personal taste, but very nice.

I did expect something a little more, well unusual, from Zara though. Not wacky, just a wee bit less popular. I know two young Mia Grace's.

OpalQuartz Thu 23-Jan-14 14:21:48

I remember Zara being considered quite far out at the time. My teacher at primary school was quite sniffy about it. We were all called Rebecca or Jonathan or something along those lines. grin

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