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1st Apr '16 7:51:29 PM Minni128
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*''Fanfic/CellarSecrets'' has Aikurou's theory about [[spoiler:Ryuuko]] involving this and its further implied in chapter 16 when Satsuki and Nui finds evidence that supports that, along with fact that their little sister might not have been born during happy times, Nui even asking, "I wonder, did [[spoiler: Ryuuko]] remind the Mistress of something she wanted to forget?"
18th Mar '16 7:50:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Baywatch}}'' episode ''Baywatch Down Under''. Jake learns that his ex-wife didn't tell him she had become pregnant with his child before divorcing him, because she felt he needed to be free and didn't want him to feel obliged to stay with her.

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* ''{{Baywatch}}'' ''Series/{{Baywatch}}'' episode ''Baywatch Down Under''. Jake learns that his ex-wife didn't tell him she had become pregnant with his child before divorcing him, because she felt he needed to be free and didn't want him to feel obliged to stay with her.



* A tragic version on ''EarthFinalConflict''. Sibohan Beckett and Ron Sandoval were raped by Ha'Gel. Sibohan is captured by the Resistance and gives birth to Liam in captivity. The Resistance decide to mindwipe her to prevent her from revealing their hideout to the Taelons, with the caveat that if she remembered Liam was her son, it would cause the alien implant in her head to overload and kill her. She eventually does, and the only comsolation is that Liam's by her side (and Sandoval's watching from the shadows) as she dies.

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* A tragic version on ''EarthFinalConflict''.''Series/EarthFinalConflict''. Sibohan Beckett and Ron Sandoval were raped by Ha'Gel. Sibohan is captured by the Resistance and gives birth to Liam in captivity. The Resistance decide to mindwipe her to prevent her from revealing their hideout to the Taelons, with the caveat that if she remembered Liam was her son, it would cause the alien implant in her head to overload and kill her. She eventually does, and the only comsolation is that Liam's by her side (and Sandoval's watching from the shadows) as she dies.



* In ''QuickChange'', the female bank robber keeps her pregnancy secret from her boyfriend, the ringleader, firstly because she doesn't want anything to distract him from the heist they're pulling off and wants to wait until they're away and free to spring the good news, then because she doesn't like what he seems to be turning into following the heist. Unfortunately, she confides in the less-than-bright third robber, who accidentally spills the beans.

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* In ''QuickChange'', ''Series/QuickChange'', the female bank robber keeps her pregnancy secret from her boyfriend, the ringleader, firstly because she doesn't want anything to distract him from the heist they're pulling off and wants to wait until they're away and free to spring the good news, then because she doesn't like what he seems to be turning into following the heist. Unfortunately, she confides in the less-than-bright third robber, who accidentally spills the beans.
23rd Feb '16 4:58:47 PM Gowan
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* Subverted in ''Film/TheHobbit'' fanfic ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/4661757 The Monstrous Company of Thorin Oakenshield]]''; everyone knows about the pregnancy except the one person with RapeAsBackstory who would go berserk because she'd suspect it to be a ChildByRape.
9th Jan '16 2:06:00 PM MsChibi
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* In Creator/TupakShakur's song "Brenda's Got a Baby," the eponymous Brenda is stated to have tried to hide her pregnancy from her family, though they wouldn't have cared even if they ''did'' find out. In the video, she is shown wearing a baggy sweatshirt and resisting a hug from her dad. Apparently, she hides it well enough that no one (her family, her friends, or her teachers) notice any change in how she looks, right up until she gives birth in the bathroom at school.

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* In Creator/TupakShakur's Creator/TupacShakur's song "Brenda's Got a Baby," the eponymous Brenda is stated to have tried to hide her pregnancy from her family, though they wouldn't have cared even if they ''did'' find out. In the video, she is shown wearing a baggy sweatshirt and resisting a hug from her dad. Apparently, she hides it well enough that no one (her family, her friends, or her teachers) notice any change in how she looks, right up until she gives birth in the bathroom at school.
9th Jan '16 2:05:40 PM MsChibi
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* In {{2Pac}}'s song "Brenda's Got a Baby," the eponymous Brenda is stated to have tried to hide her pregnancy from her family, though they wouldn't have cared even if they ''did'' find out. In the video, she is shown wearing a baggy sweatshirt and resisting a hug from her dad. Apparently, she hides it well enough that no one (her family, her friends, or her teachers) notice any change in how she looks, right up until she gives birth in the bathroom at school.

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* In {{2Pac}}'s Creator/TupakShakur's song "Brenda's Got a Baby," the eponymous Brenda is stated to have tried to hide her pregnancy from her family, though they wouldn't have cared even if they ''did'' find out. In the video, she is shown wearing a baggy sweatshirt and resisting a hug from her dad. Apparently, she hides it well enough that no one (her family, her friends, or her teachers) notice any change in how she looks, right up until she gives birth in the bathroom at school.
9th Jan '16 2:05:11 PM MsChibi
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* In {{2Pac}}'s song "Brenda's Got a Baby," the eponymous Brenda is stated to have tried to hide her pregnancy from her family, though they wouldn't have cared even if they ''did'' find out. In the video, she is shown wearing a baggy sweatshirt and resisting a hug from her dad. Apparently, she hides it well enough that no one (her family, her friends, or her teachers) notice any change in how she looks, right up until she gives birth in the bathroom at school.
27th Dec '15 11:30:42 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fic ''The Truth'', Apple Bloom turns out to be the daughter of Applejack and Big Macintosh, and that the two are actually step-siblings. When Applejack got pregnant at 16, the family decided to raise the foal as her parents' new foal to cover up the potentially scandalous actions; Applejack stayed behind at the farm while Pink Pearl gained weight to convince the ponies of Ponyville.
6th Dec '15 9:34:47 AM Ciara25
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* Padmé Amidala does this in scenes whenever she is appearing in public during Episode III: ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. [[WordOfGod George Lucas]] said this was intentional, since she needed to uphold her reputation as a senator and, more importantly, hide her relationship with Anakin who is not supposed to have a wife or children.

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* Padmé Amidala does this in scenes whenever she is appearing in public during Episode III: ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. [[WordOfGod George Lucas]] said this was intentional, since she needed to uphold her reputation as a senator and, more importantly, hide her relationship with Anakin who is not supposed to have a wife or ''or'' children.
6th Dec '15 5:50:51 AM smittykins
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**Discovery Health later followed this up with ''My Secret Pregnancy'', with women who deliberately hid the fact that they were pregnant, usually fearing family disapproval.
30th Nov '15 7:50:27 PM Katsuhagi
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* In the Bronze Age incarnation of ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', the Kents claimed that Clark was born from one of these. Since Martha Kent had miscarried multiple earlier children, the neighbors were willing to accept her not wanting to mention being pregnant again, and since Clark was 'born' in the middle of winter after a massive blizzard snowed the Kents in for well over a month, nobody other than her husband would have seen her during the time frame when she would have have been visibly pregnant, so everyone accepted their explanation.

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* In the Bronze Age incarnation of ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', the Kents claimed that Clark was born from one of these. Since Martha Kent had miscarried multiple earlier children, the neighbors were willing to accept her not wanting to mention being pregnant again, and since Clark was 'born' in the middle of winter after a massive blizzard snowed the Kents in for well over a month, nobody other than her husband would have seen her during the time frame when she would have have been visibly pregnant, so everyone accepted bought their explanation.
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