Objectives: To examine the evolution of tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and outlet ventricular septal defect (VSD) with anterior malalignment (am) from the initial diagnosis at early fetal echocardiography through the gestation and to evaluate the impact of the first-trimester scan on the outcome. Methods: We identified cases of TOF or outlet VSD with am diagnosed before 16 weeks’ gestation. For all cases, prenatal data and pregnancy outcomes were evaluated. In continuing pregnancies, the evolution in severity of the disease was assessed. Results: Fifty-one fetuses with TOF or outlet VSD with am were diagnosed at early fetal echocardiography. Parents opted for termination of pregnancy in all 23 cases associated with additional anomalies. In 2 of 28 continuing pregnancies, there was an intrauterine death. In the remaining 26, there was progression in severity in 7 (by 20–22 weeks in 3 cases and during the third trimester in the remaining 4). Conclusions: TOF and outlet VSD with am diagnosed before 16 weeks’ gestation can progress in severity throughout pregnancy in over one-quarter of cases. In addition, a high proportion of cases diagnosed in the first trimester may have associated extracardiac anomalies, with a significant impact on clinical management and on the rate of early termination of pregnancy.