And if you have a hunch it has something to do with Caitlyn Jenner, you're not alone.
"Bruce pretty much did everything - raised an unbelievable family, wonderful children, everything from my younger years, I went through a lot but I was finally at a point in my life where all my children were raised, I made my peace with my family and loved ones and God, that finally I can let her live".
Baby naming experts said parents have long used biblical names for their children. Caitlin, Caitlyn, Katelynn, and Kaitlynn fell more spots on the Social Security Administration's register of 2016 baby names than any other girls' names.
"So it's tough on everybody", she continued.
Reports also indicate someone allegedly threw something at the 67-year-old star.
"I was honest with her about what I was going through", she said.
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She said: "The thing is, from a parent's standpoint, especially if a child is identifying as trans at a very young age, just love your child".
That's right, Caitlyn & Co. are now less popular than Bexley (number 970), Royalty (532), and Khaleesi (765). Among the most popular forms of the name, Caitlin peaked first, in 1988, followed by Katelyn and Katelin in 1993, Kaitlin in 1995, Caitlyn and Katelynn in 1998, and Kaitlyn, the commonest of the bunch, in 2000.
The name Kylo for boys, after "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" villain Kylo Ren, jumped the most in popularity, though it was only No. 901, up from 3,269 past year.
"I do a lot of political stuff, but it's mostly behind-the-scenes", said Jenner, speaking on BBC's current affairs program Victoria Derbyshire in the U.K. Friday.
After the "Star Wars" movie was released, Wattenberg said she asked a focus group of people who had seen the movie whether any of the character names would become popular.