From old German Charles means free man. Popular in various forms across Europe, often with kingly connections


Charles is a name with a ring of authority no doubt bestowed by emperors and kings through the ages. While still popular today it has been overtaken by Charlie. We have combined the two


Bonnie Prince Charlie led a rebellion then fled over the sea to Skye, Charlie Chaplin comic genius in baggy trousers and bowler hat, Charles Darwin set us all thinking about evolution, Charles de Gaulle French hero who said ‘Non’ to Britain, Charles Dickens made an immense contribution to literature, King Charles I lost the revolution – and his head, Charles Schultz created of the wonderful Peanuts cartoon strip, Charles Upham is the only fighting soldier to win two VCs, Charlie Watts provides the heartbeat for the Rolling Stones

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