Kate Duchess of Cambridge, 2013
From hush-hush tailoring and the art of misdirection to bump-enhancing clingy styles and rising hemlines, times have changed in the seven decades since the queen was pregnant for the first time. In the 1940s, then-Princess Elizabeth opted for clever tailoring, while in recent years, the Duchess of Cambridge and Zara Tindall have embraced their blooming waistlines. We take a look at how royal pregnancy style has changed with each new mom-to-be . . .