King Charles leads royal family into Westminster Abbey ahead of Queen's funeral
People around the world are intrigued by royal pregnancies. Yes, we've never seen any pictures of Queen Elizabeth II with a baby bump - even when she was expecting Prince Andrew, Duke of York, whom she gave birth to in 1960, becoming the first reigning monarch in 103 years to give birth.
Her Majesty has had four children in life. King Charles III and Anne, Princess Royal, were born before she ascended the throne.
Some royal fans have noticed that the late monarch had only been pictured with a baby bump once, and the photo wasn't clear or close-up.
This is because, at that time, it was considered taboo at the time for pregnant women to be seen in public.
In a report from The New York Times, in 1948, Buckingham Palace shared a release that read, "Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth will undertake no public engagements after the end of June."
The then-princess gave birth to the now King Charles five months later.
The Queen also didn't present her children on the steps of the hospital following their birth, which has become a tradition for royal parents today, including Princess Diana and Kate Middleton, the new Princess of Wales.