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Queen Elizabeth, 1984
The Queen was still a princess when she was 6 months pregnant with her firstborn son (and heir!) Prince Charles.
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Princess Diana, 1982
At 20 years old, Princess Diana was pregnant with her first son and the future king of England, Prince William. She wore the same green polka-dot dress for her first post-birth appearance outside St. Mary’s Hospital.
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Princess Diana, 1984
Two years later Diana was pregnant again with Prince Harry.
“Royal firstborns may get all the glory, but secondborns enjoy more freedom,” Diana said at the time. “Only when Harry is a lot older will he realize how lucky he is not to have been the eldest. My second child will never have quite the same sort of pressure that poor William must face all his life.”
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Kate Middleton, 2013
Kate Middleton favored empire-waist dresses during her first pregnancy with Prince George (including this Jenny Packham design), accessorized with tailored coats and cardigans.
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Kate Middleton, 2015
Kate went for a bright pink look during her last official royal engagement before giving birth to Princess Charlotte in 2015.
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Kate Middleton, 2018
Just a few weeks before she was due with Prince Louis in April 2018, Kate stepped out for an Easter church service outing.
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Princess Anne, 1977
The only daughter of the Queen is seen pregnant with son Peter Philips.
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Princess Anne, 1981
Anne with her husband, Mark Phillips, just weeks before the arrival of daughter Zara.
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Zara Tindall, 2013
Princess Anne’s daughter pregnant with her first child Mia, who is known for stealing the show at royal events!
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Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, 1988
The duchess, also known as Fergie, pregnant with Princess Beatrice, who is 8th in line to the throne.
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Meghan Markle, October 2018
The latest expectant royal is the Duchess of Sussex, who announced her pregnancy at the start of her first royal tour with husband Prince Harry.
“Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019,” Kensington Palace said in a statement.