Although it’s the feminine form of the classic Charles, Charlene gives off a very different kind of vibe—slightly more vintage, and a whole lot more Southern. The name hit its peak in popularity in the 50s and has never quite recovered from its downfall since.
- English: Free man
Princess Charlene of Monaco, Singer Charlene Kaye, Actress Charlene Tilton, Writer Charlene Weir
Daughter of Roger Federer