On Thursday (10 November) Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian welcomed their first child together. The little girl was born via C-section at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles and weighed 7 lbs., 5 oz.
In keeping with the celebrity tradition, the couple opted for an unusual moniker, confirming that she would be known as 'Dream Renee Kardashian'.
When it comes to novel baby names, Dream is in good company. Her brother is called King Cairo – born to Black Chyna and Tyga (boyfriend of Rob's sister Kylie Jenner) – and her cousins are named North, Reign and Saint.
IBTimes UK recaps some of the celebrity baby names that are just as weird and wacky as Dream Kardashian.
The Maroon 5 frontman had some help from his celeb pal Ellen DeGeneres when he and his wife Behati Prinsloo were trying to decide on the perfect moniker for their baby girl. He recalled reaching out to an unimpressed DeGeneres: "She gave me like five names to think about: this, this, this, this, Dusty."
The son of My name is Earl star Jason Lee goes by the name of Pilot Inspektor. Yes, the comedic actor named his son after an occupation.
Former couple Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale decided to named their second child Zuma Nesta Rock. It is not known No Doubt songstress and British pop star found their inspiration for the rock and roll moniker.
Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow and ex-husband Chris Martin named their daughter Apple. She previously revealed the reason behind the appetising moniker saying they thought it was "sweet and wholesome."
Actor Forest Whitaker has a habit of choosing unconventional names for his children. They go by the names True, Sonnet, Ocean, and Autumn.
American actress Shannyn Sossamon decided to call her son, Audio Science. "We wanted a word not a name, so my boyfriend read through the dictionary three or four times. We were going to call him Science, but thought it might get shortened to Sci, as in Simon," she said of the unusual name.
Jay Z and Beyonce
In January 2012 the power couple welcomed their daughter and called her Blue Ivy. Later that year they lost their bid to trademark their daughter's unusual name.