Miss Alphabet is now the longest name in Europe
A woman has changed her name to include a word for each letter in the alphabet. Ceejay Epton, from Doncaster, is now called...
A woman has changed her name to include a word for each letter in the alphabet.
Ceejay Epton, from Doncaster, is now called Ceejay A Apple B Boat C Cat D Dog E Elephant F Flower G Goat H House I Igloo J Jellyfish K Kite L Lion M Monkey N Nurse O Octopus P Penguin Q Queen R Robot S Sun T Tree U Umbrella V Violin W Whale X X-Ray Y Yo-Yo Z Zebra Terryn Feuji-Sharemi. Ceejay, who has been nicknamed, “Miss Alphabet”, has just had a baby boy called Kian and says her new name will help to teach him the alphabet, as well as it being “a bit of a laugh”.
To legally change your name you must pay £10 to the Legal Deed Poll Service, who often receive weird and wonderful name change requests. LDPS Chief Executive, Jamie Jackson, said: “We get people applying for all kinds of crazy name changes all the time but this one is really different, even for us.”
Miss Alphabet is now thought to have the longest name in Europe. Before her name change, teenager George Garratt held the Guinness World Record holder for being the person with the longest personal name registered on a birth certificate. He changed his name in 2008 to Captain Fantastic Faster Than Superman Spiderman Batman Wolverine Hulk And The Flash Combined.
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