Possible but not inevitable
Stretch marks appear as a result of weight gain and hormonal change. Which means that pregnancy is a time when they may occur. The stomach, hips, thighs and chest are clearly the areas most prone to this. Despite our skin having a degree of elasticity, when rapidly distended, its elastic and collagen fibers may end up breaking down. This is all the more likely during these nine months that certain hormones (cortisol and estrogens) reduce the effectiveness of the fibroblasts, the cells that produce elastin and collagen, which are so important for the skin’s suppleness and strength. In short, if you don’t take care, you may see small marks appear. At first, they'll appear pink and slightly puffy, they will end up as white or pearlescent. However this is not inevitable!