Jacob Rees-Mogg's massive brood and all their strange names explained

While Rees-Mogg revels in having six interestingly named children, he famously stated in 2017 — the year his youngest, Sixtus, was born — that he has never changed a nappy, instead leaving it to the nanny. 

The Minister of State for Brexit Opportunities and Government Efficiency’s first child, Peter Theodore Alphege Rees-Mogg, was born the very year the couple wed in 2007. 

While Peter and Theodore are more familiar names, Alphege was the name of a saint and former Archbishop of Canterbury. 

The Rees-Moggs are catholic with the Minister often attending the Tridentine Mass. 

Peter — who is now 15 and known as “mini-Mogg” — was closely followed by his sister, Mary Anne Charlotte Emma Rees-Mogg, a year later. 

Then in 2010, Thomas Wentworth Somerset Dunstan was born.

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