I worked in a passport office and these are the worst baby names I ever encountered

IT'S one of the first decisions you make as a parent – and one of the most significant.

What to call your little one.

Of course there are popular choices like Olivia, Mohamed, Ava and Oliver and more unusual but still pretty options.

And then there are frankly bizarre choices

Now one Mumsnetter, who used to work in a passport office, has revealed what she deems the worst names she ever encountered.

And wait for them…

Siblings called Florence-Jolly and Lionheart.

No, we aren't teasing.

The woman wrote: "Me and my Dh (dear husband) were talking about awful baby names, and I thought I'd share.

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"I used to work in a passport office – and we had an application for a brother and sister….

"She was called Florence-Jolly (yes, with the hyphen) and he was called Lionheart! LIONHEART! 

"Still makes me laugh… poor love!

"Who's heard of worse?"

Of course her question opened up a whole can of worms…

"Kid at my DS's old nursery called Blade," laughed one mum.

"Six week old twin girls at softplay once called Dolce and Gabbana," added another parent.

"Boy/girl twins – Pele and Cartier," a third added.

"God Rocket is a friend of a friend," someone said.

"The two worst I have come across are a brother and sister called Glint and Toulouse," someone said.

And one woman claimed she was in Tesco and heard a woman call for her son… called Asda.

Have you heard worse?

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