As we have previously noted, the royal baby arrived on May 6. While there was nothing Jewish about the big news, we at Kveller are thrilled for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
And now, today's…baby news disclosed the bundle of joy's name: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Of course, there's nothing Jewish about that, either — or IS there? As it happens, we've drummed up a smattering of high-profile Jews named Archie. We're not saying that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex named their son after any of them, but, hey, anything's… >> Read More
Mazel tov to new mama Amy Schumer! The 37-year-old gave birth to a son on May 5 (and yes, she and Meghan Markle were practically synchronized).
Now, Amy has revealed the baby's name on Instagram.…While the Jewish comedian did not go into detail and explain the meaning of the name, it appears that she's paying tribute to two Jewish comedy giants. Just check out the adorable pic she posted, captioned simply: "Gene Attell Fischer And his dad Chris." https://www.instagram.com/p/BxL3WbgFbhI/ Adorable!!! But back to the name: His first name, Gene,… >> Read More
At last, the most anticipated baby of 2019 is finally here! While there's nothing Jewish about the royal baby, we are all thrilled by the news here at Kveller HQ.
Meghan Markle, AKA the Duchess of…Sussex, gave birth to a healthy baby boy on May 6, and the overjoyed Prince Harry announced the news in front of a stable of very cute horses, telling reporters that they will announce the name within two days. So, while the royal pair debates, we have helpfully compiled a list of wonderful, regal Jewish… >> Read More
Welp. Winter was here, my friends, and now, Game of Thrones is coming to an end. Who will make it to the Iron Throne? Will it be Cersei, Daenerys or.... someone else? The suspense is almost too much,…and I'm loving it. Regardless of your feelings about the most recent episode — the much-awaited battle with the Night King and his army — if you've made it this far in the eight-season series, we're pretty sure we can call you a fan. And you are hardly alone. The show — based upon the… >> Read More
A surprising new survey shows that the top names for German babies are... wait for it... Jewish! Who would've thought?!
According to the Deutschlandradio, the most popular boy's name in 2018 in…Germany was Ben. and among the top 10 newborn names, "four boys’ names and five girls’ names have Hebrew origins," according to the report. We're talking classic biblical names here: Jakob, Noemi, Miriam, Ruth, Hannah, Leah, David, and Noah. One thing is for sure, most of these babies are not Jewish. In a country with a population of… >> Read More