Remember when Martin Clarke, editor of the Mail Online, told the Leveson Inquiry that the Mail never writes pregnancy stories unless the person involved has confirmed it?
"...there are things that we can't write, pregnancy stories, for instance. The PCC says that we're not allowed to say somebody's pregnant unless they've confirmed it..."
Obviously that doesn't cover speculating about it though, such as this in-no-way intrusive story about Kate Moss today:
The Mail isn't saying Moss is pregnant of course. That would be against the watertight rules of the media's self-regulatory body. They are just speculating that she might be. And claiming she has the early signs of a baby bump, as captured by the long lens photographers stalking her on holiday.
So that's all OK.