Pauly D[Photo Credit: Getty Images, @A_Markert]
Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Emily Blunt, John Krasinski[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Josh Duhamel[Photo Credit: @joshduhamel]
Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan, Everly Tatum[Photo Credit: @channingtatum]
Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Wiz Khalifa, Amber Rose[Photo Credit: @muvarosebud]
Simon Cowell[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Jimmy Fallon, Nancy Fallon, Winnie[Photo Credit: Splash News, @jimmyfallon]
Kerry Washington[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George[Photo Credit: Getty Images]
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, North West[Photo Credit: @kimkardashian]
2013 was the year the world stopped to witness the arrival of a future king and scratched its head after a high-powered couple named its daughter after a direction. Did your life momentarily come to more of a halt after the birth of Prince George or North West?Are you surprised to admit that Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa’s baby is truly adorable? Are you figuring out ways Olivia Pope will handle a pregnancy (and the accompanying weight gain) in that D.C. humidity? The babies born and the fetuses created this year may have a ways to go before they can vote, but they’ve already proven their ability to occupy way too much of our brain space.
While these children and babies who’ve yet to be born are too young to make real decisions, they have the world at their itty bitty fingertips. Laugh now, but in 20 years, names like Everly Tatum, Lincoln Bell Shepard and Boy or Girl Sudeikis To Be Named Later will be running the show. Click through our gallery of the most pop culturally relevant babies (and fetuses) of the last year.
[Photo Credit: Getty Images, @kimkardashian, @channingtatum]
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