2022 has been a difficult year for many of us but the one constant that continues to bring us joy is seeing adorable celebrity babies! For many celebs, these children represent the start of their parenting journeys and mark a turning point in their lives. For others, with growing families, these little ones are just the latest bit of sunshine shining on them.
There have been so many celebrity babies born in 2022 that you might have missed some! We decided to round up all the celebrity babies born in 2022 that have landed on our radar thus far. Mandy Moore, Misty Copeland, more than one Duggar, and many more celebrities have all announced the births of their children this year! Let’s take a look at their adorable babies, when possible, and also some other celebrity births you might have forgotten! Here are all of the celebrity babies born in 2022 that will certainly give you hope for a brighter tomorrow!
Check Out the Latest Celebrity Births of 2022 Below:
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
Alums of The Hills, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt welcomed their second child together on November 17. Montag gave birth to a baby boy, she shared on Instagram. It was later revealed that the couple chose the name, Ryker.
Kate Mara and Jamie Bell
Actors Kate Mara and Jamie Bell welcomed their second child together, a baby boy. The couple already shares a 3-year-old girl together. The names of both of their children have yet to be made public.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita introduced their second child, Sullivan Louis, on Instagram on November 15. Their first child, named Beckett Mercer, was born in 2020.
Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano
Actors Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano are very private about their family life. It was revealed that the couple welcomed their second child together after Kazan spilled the beans in an appearance on Today, saying she had given birth “three weeks ago.” That means she likely gave birth in October but we don’t have any other info about the couple’s growing family.
“Beyond proud to announce the birth of my first child, Royce Lillian,” she captioned a photo of her baby. “I can’t even describe the love I have for her, she’s a beautiful miracle!”
Emily Maynard Johnson and Tyler Johnson
Bachelorette alums, Emily Maynard Johnson and Tyler Johnson welcomed their sixth child together and it was one of the most surprising celebrity births of the year.
“SURPRISE! On August 31st, Tyler and I welcomed our sweet son, Jones West Johnson, into the world,” the reality TV personality wrote via Instagram on November 2. “During my surgery, we learned that he was born with Down Syndrome, and while it was certainly a surprise, we have so much peace in God’s perfect plan and know Jones is going to be a blessing to our family.”
Michelle Williams and Thomas Kail
Michelle Williams and Thomas Kail welcomed their second child together. It was confirmed when Williams was seen in public with her newborn on October 29. They have yet to make public the name they chose for their newest addition.
Christina Perri and Paul Costabile
Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith
On October 21, Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith welcomed their second baby boy into this world. He was late, but he and Moore were both healthy.
“Ozzie is here! Oscar Bennett Goldsmith arrived a little late but with much aplomb (and an easier/speedier delivery than his big brother, much to the delight of his parents),” the pair shared on social media alongside black and white photos of their newborn. “Every adage is true: our hearts have doubled in size and the immediacy of the love is astounding, the caption continued. “He is beyond words and we are so grateful for our family of four!”
Lauren Bushnell and Chris Lane
The Bachelor alum and country musician welcomed their second child on October 16, the two shared via social media two days later. The couple posted an emotional video of their 16-month-old son, Dutton, meeting his new baby brother. The toddler giggled with excitement upon meeting the newborn in the sweet video.
Odette and Dave Annable
This celebrity couple gave birth to their second child on October 13. “Please give a warm welcome to the little lady that has completed our family and stolen all of our hearts. Andersen Lee Annable, but we call her Andi ????,” Odette shared via Instagram on October 17. “If you were wondering, yes, Charlie is obsessed and yes, she thinks she is only HER baby ;).”
John-David and Abbie Duggar
“We are now a family of 4! We welcomed little ????Charlie???? into the world last month and have been soaking up newborn snuggles ever since,” the Counting On stars wrote on Instagram on October 1. “We are so thankful to God for this precious gift!”
Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell
Cannon announced on September 30 the birth of his tenth child, his third with Bell. “She has taught me so much about parenting, psychology, spirituality, love, and just life in general,” Cannon said of Bell’s strength on Instagram. “Probably the most difficult labor and delivery I have ever witnessed! 48 hours of excruciating pain and life-risking danger to welcome 10 pounds of Love and joy named RISE MESSIAH CANNON.❤️???????? Thank you Brittany for my fellow little Libra! I love you and our Incredible Family!”
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin
The seventh baby for Hilaria and the eighth for Alec, Ilaria Catalina Irena was born on September 22. We are so excited to introduce you to our tiny dream come true, Ilaria Catalina Irena,” the happy mother wrote alongside a video of the delivery room on Instagram on September 24. “Her Baldwinito siblings are spending the day bonding and welcoming her into our home. Much love to you all. We are so happy to celebrate this wonderful news with you✨.”
Nick Cannon and LaNisha Cole
Cannon became a father of nine (how many times will he show up on this list?) when Cole gave birth to a daughter, Onyx, on September 14. “Introducing ONYX ICE COLE CANNON … Once again Today I am in Awe of the Devine Feminine! God has given me and @MissLanishaCole the privilege of hosting an Angel here on earth. I vow to protect, provide, guide, and love this child to the best of my abilities,” he wrote on Instagram.
Loren and Alexei Brovarnik
The 90 Day Fiancé stars welcomed a daughter on September 6. “SHE has arrived!!! We are so happy and proud to introduce Ariel Raya Brovarnik,” Alex shared on social media. “Our baby girl was our anniversary gift, born September 6 at 11:40 pm. Finding out the gender in the delivery room was even more special than we could have imagined. Thank you to my better half @lorenbrovarnik for making me the happiest man alive.”
This is the couple’s third and she joins sons Shai and Asher.
Nicolas Cage and Riko Shibata
The veteran actor and his wife announced the birth of their first child together, a daughter named August Francesca Coppola Cage, on September 7. This is the star’s third child and he is also the father of sons Weston, 31, and Kal-El, 16, with Christina Fulton and Alice Kim.
Barron and Tessa Hilton
Nicky and Paris’ little brother, Barron Hilton, welcomed his second child with his wife Tessa on September 4. “Welcome to the world our little boy ???? Caspian Barron Hilton,” she shared on social media. That makes their first child, Milou, a proud big sister.
Nessa Diab and Colin Kaepernick
“I thought long and hard about sharing our life-changing news today.,” Diab shared on social media on August 28. “I decided to do so because today is the first day in a few weeks where I stepped out for work with a new life title – MOM! Colin and I welcomed our amazing baby to the world a few weeks ago and we are over the moon with our growing family.”
The celebrity couple has yet to reveal the name or any details at all about their baby.
Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato
“From love comes life, light, and her… our baby, Cielo Yoli Rose Bublé. You finally arrived to our lives with your 3,8 kg!!! Thanks [sic] God for this infinite blessing, we love you!! Noah, Elias, Vida and your mom and dad,” the singer shared alongside an image on social media of his newborn’s foot.
If it was not clear from that caption, this is the couple’s fourth child together.
Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger
“My wife and I are excited to share that we have adopted a baby boy,” Harris wrote on Instagram alongside a gallery of photos of their newborn. “Our hearts are full during this time and we are so grateful for the love and support our family, friends and club have shown.”
This is the celebrity couple’s second child (their first is a daughter named Sloane) and Harris also referenced her first in the caption, writing, “Ocean Maeve Krieger-Harris, welcome to the family baby boy. Your Moms and big sister love you very much.”
Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson
On August 5, a rep for Khloe Kardashian informed PEOPLE how Kardashian and Tristan Thompson, who broke up in January, welcomed their second baby together via surrogate. “Khloé is on cloud nine. Getting a sibling for True has been such a journey. She is very excited to be a mom again,” the insider said at the time. “She really wanted a baby boy.”
The celebrity has yet to reveal her baby boy’s name.
Bre Tiesi and Nick Cannon
The model confirmed on social media on July 25 that she welcomed her first child, and Cannon’s eighth (yep, yet another one for this super dad), through an “unmedicated” home birth. The couple now shares a healthy baby boy named Legendary Love Cannon.
Misty Copeland and Olu Evans
The famed ballerina and husband Olu Evans welcomed their first baby together, son Jackson, in April, the celebrity revealed later in July, speaking to PEOPLE. “My personal life, I’ve really kept pretty private,” she explained to the outlet, not offering any more details about her little one.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
“Joe and Sophie are happy to announce the arrival of their baby girl,” a rep for the couple told PEOPLE in July. This is the couple’s second child as they welcomed daughter Willa in 2020. We have yet to learn the name of their newest addition.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard
The reality TV celebrity couple welcomed their third child together, a son, on July 7. “‘Freddy'” Frederick Michael Dillard is here!” the proud mom shared on social media. “He was born 7/7/2022 at 5:16 pm weighing 7lbs. 6oz. and is 20 inches,” she also shared.
This is their third boy and he joins big brothers, Israel and Samuel.
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews
Duchess Kate Middleton‘s sister welcomed her third child with the former racing driver in June. The public did not find out about the birth until weeks after it occurred and it wasn’t until recently that their newest one’s name was released, her name is Rose.
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Laura Benanti and Patrick Brown
“Please welcome to the world Louisa Georgia Benanti-Brown. On July 9th at 2:43 am we were blessed with the arrival of our second daughter,” the broadway celebrity wrote on Instagram on July 9. “Like many, the journey towards growing our family has had many challenges.”
Benanti and Brown welcomed their first child, Ella, in 2017. But this time around they welcomed Louisa via gestational carrier.
“Our journey has also been marked by the privilege to pursue different paths to grow our family. Specifically, our remarkable surrogate (an angel-on-earth) who carried our precious girl and delivered her into our arms; an other-worldly generosity of spirit, body, and kindness that can never be repaid,” she also wrote. “Ella and Louisa ???? Rainbow babies. Rainbow sisters.”
There you go! Those are the latest celebrity babies born in 2022. We will keep adding to this list so be sure to return in a month or two to learn what other celebrity babies have been born.
If you liked learning about the celebrity births of 2022, continue reading. We’ve rounded up some of the best celebrity baby names ever!
Get Inspired by These Handsome Celebrity Baby Names!
Kate Hudson and Matt Bellamy chose the strange name Bingham for their son who goes by Bing for short. The only reference we know for the name is the late crooner Bing Crosby. Bingham is a British surname-name that means “homestead hollow.” As in, a property near a hollow. This name has never been widely popular in the US, but that could surely change!
Steven Spielberg chose the name Destry for his daughter born in 1996. It’s a gender-neutral name that’s of French origins and means “warhorse.” Destry was once popular in the 1960s for baby boys thanks to a TV western series that aired at the time. Since then, the name has not appeared on the top 1000 baby names list. It’s one of the celebrity baby names that’s poised for a comeback!
Moms are following Reese Witherspoon‘s lead after she named her son Tennessee James after the iconic playwright Tennessee Williams. Tennessee, the state, gets its name from a Cherokee town that means “meeting place.” An evocative choice for sure, we find Tennessee energetic and enduring.
Forest Whitaker is a fearless baby-namer! He has a son named Ocean and a daughter named Sonnet. We think he’s got a talent for discovering amazing words to turn into names. Sonnet comes from Italian roots that mean “little song.” We think this name is perfect for poetry-loving parents who want to turn to prose for inspiration.
Ocean King PenaVega is the son of actors Carlos and Alexa PenaVega. Ocean is a delightful natural, water name that could bring a little brightness to your child’s moniker. Ocean has yet to become as widespread as similar names Brooke and River, but we think it will be very trendy soon enough. This marks the second time we’ve brought up the name Ocean on this list which makes it one of the truly trendy celebrity baby names today.
Memphis has Greek and Coptic origins that mean “enduring” and “beautiful.” Memphis is a much more common appellation for boys than girls, but it was given to at least one notable celebrity child. Bono and Ali Hewson chose the name Memphis Eve Sunny Day Hewson after her birth in 1991. Memphis makes the top 1000 most popular names for boys but not girls today.
As promised, Brad and Angelina’s baby’s name, Shiloh, makes the list. This attractive Hebrew name means “tranquil.” The name was virtually unheard of in the US until the celebrity couple helped garner attention for it. Today, Shiloh is a top 500 name which makes it one of the most popular celebrity baby names for everyday parents.
Suri, a once unknown, exotic appellation, made headlines after it was chosen by Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise for their daughter in 2007. Popular in a number of naming traditions, Suri means “the sun” in Sanskrit, “rose” in Persian. Most notably, it’s a form of the Hebrew name Sara which means “princess.”
Esmeralda has been climbing the top 1000 list since the 1950s and it enjoyed its most popular year ever in the US last year. Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling named their first daughter Esmeralda. The name is popular with Hispanic parents and non-Spanish speakers alike. The name has Spanish and Portuguese origins meaning “emerald.”
Robert Downey, Jr., and Susan Downey chose the name Exton for their baby boy. Exton has English and Celtic origins and means “town on the River Exe” or simply “near the water.” Exton is a highly unusual pick and not one of the most celebrity baby names on this list. We hope that changes because Exton is a very handsome option.
We turn to Kate Winslet for the first time, but not the last, as she chose Blaze as a middle name for her son. Actor Jennifer Gareis and Bobby Ghassemieh chose it as the first name for their son born in 2010. Blaze is given about twenty times more often to baby boys than girls, but it is still a unisex option. Blaze means “fire” and we expect to light a fire to the top 1000 baby names in the US in coming years!
Titan has emerged as a top 1000 baby name over the last several years. Singer Kelly Rowland & Tim Weatherspoon named one of their sons Titan Jewell after his birth in 2014. Titan has roots in Greek mythology as immortal giants called Titans. Titan means “defender.” It’s one of the celebrity baby names that was already trending but will likely continue to grow in popularity thanks to Rowland.
Nicole Richie and another Joel Madden named their son Sparrow James Midnight. However, they are not the only celebs to choose it. Singer Tony Lucca named his daughter Sparrow Jane. We love a good bird baby name so this one is most welcome on the list. This name is not remotely popular in the US today, which means it’s still one of the celebrity baby names that’s obscure.
We look to Busy Philipps for the first time on this list for inspiration as she has named her daughter Cricket Pearl. Cricket is a distinct nature baby name that parents have not fully adopted yet, but that could certainly change in the coming years. We think this appellation would be a winner for a little boy or a little girl.
Son of director Robert Rodriguez, Rogue Rodriquez, has one of the most unique celebrity baby names. Rogue, a character from X-Men, proves a great name that means “rascal.” Rogue will not be for everyone, as evident in the US top 1000 baby names in which this name has never ranked.
Bear debuted in the US top 1000 for the first time last year. However, it only barely made it onto the list. That means there is still plenty of room for Bear to grow. Bear typically goes to little boys as it did for Alicia Silverstone‘s son Bear Blu Jarecki and Kate Winslet‘s Bear Blaze Winslet.
Say “Hello” to Busy again! Busy Philipps named her other baby Birdie (after First Lady Lady Bird Johnson), as did soap star Maura West. Birdie was last popular as a given name in the US in 1948. This name has typically gone to baby girls but we think it works as a unisex baby name owing to its natural meaning. We would love for this adorable name to make comeback.
Blue is a popular unisex baby name among many celebrity parents. Blue Ivy is of course the name of Beyonce and Jay-Z‘s talented daughter. Blue is a color name that is often used as a middle name as well. Adele‘s middle name is Blue. Elijah Blue Allman is the son of Cher. Needless to say, this name is wildly popular among celebs but has not completely caught on with the rest of the population.
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis caused a splash when they named their now-grown firstborn after novelist Rumer Godden. Rumer Glenn Willis might have received the attractive name in 1988 but few others can say the same. This is still one of the very rare celebrity baby names. Rumer comes from an English surname that means “fame.”
Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied named their son Aleph. The ancient name refers to the origins of the universe in the Kabbalah. It also refers to the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Aleph has Hebrew origins and means “chief” or “number one.” It’s one of the rare celebrity baby names in the US.
Sunday is one of those celebrity baby names that sounds attractively vintage yet completely approachable. Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban thought so as they named their daughter Sunday Rose Kidman Urban for their baby girl born in 2008. Mike Myers followed suit 6 years later giving the name to one of his daughters.
Son of actor Jason Lee received the name Pilot Inspektor Riesgraf Lee after his birth in 2003. Pilot is an occupational name for an individual who takes the steering wheel. Pilot works well as a baby name for boys and girls and would be an offbeat option for adventurous parents. Pilot is definitely one of the most colorful celebrity baby names on this list.
Lyra is a musical baby name that comes from Greek and means “lyre.” It was a very appropriate choice for Ed Sheeran and Cherry Seaborn (as well as Sophie Dahl and Jamie Cullum). Lyra has long been a popular baby name for girls in England, and it finally debuted in the top 1000 here in the US in 2015. Sheeran chose the middle name Antarctica, but you most certainly do not.
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden turned heads after they named their daughter Raddix Chloe Wildflower Madden after her birth in 2020. This most novel of celebrity baby names comes from Latin origins and means “root.” Raddix seems “rad” for both boys and girls to us!
Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund announced the birth of their son early this year. They chose the name Rhodes Robert and we think Rhodes was a wise choice. Rhodes is a posh baby name with Greek origins that means “where roses grow.” It has never appeared in the US top 1000 most popular baby names, making it a distinct option!
Andrew is an Assistant Editor for Mamas Uncut with over ten years of experience as a writer in the creative, marketing, and blogging spaces. After studying Film and Art History, he developed a passion for telling stories in a variety of mediums. Obsessively making lists, reporting celebrity news, and diving into emerging pop cultural topics are a few of his interests.
- 1 Check Out the Latest Celebrity Births of 2022 Below:
- 1.1 Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
- 1.2 Kate Mara and Jamie Bell
- 1.3 Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
- 1.4 Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano
- 1.5 Rebel Wilson
- 1.6 Emily Maynard Johnson and Tyler Johnson
- 1.7 Michelle Williams and Thomas Kail
- 1.8 Christina Perri and Paul Costabile
- 1.9 Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith
- 1.10 Lauren Bushnell and Chris Lane
- 1.11 Odette and Dave Annable
- 1.12 John-David and Abbie Duggar
- 1.13 Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell
- 1.14 Hilaria and Alec Baldwin
- 1.15 Nick Cannon and LaNisha Cole
- 1.16 Loren and Alexei Brovarnik
- 1.17 Nicolas Cage and Riko Shibata
- 1.18 Barron and Tessa Hilton
- 1.19 Nessa Diab and Colin Kaepernick
- 1.20 Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato
- 1.21 Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger
- 1.22 Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson
- 1.23 Bre Tiesi and Nick Cannon
- 1.24 Misty Copeland and Olu Evans
- 1.25 Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
- 1.26 Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard
- 1.27 Pippa Middleton and James Matthews
- 1.28 Laura Benanti and Patrick Brown
- 2 Get Inspired by These Handsome Celebrity Baby Names!
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