Princess Anna of Ysenburg and Büdingen (10 February 1886, Büdingen – 8 February 1980, Detmold) was the youngest child of Bruno, 3rd Prince of Ysenburg and Büdingen and his wife Countess Bertha of Castell-Rüdenhausen. Through her marriage to Leopold IV, Prince of Lippe, Anna was Princess consort of Lippe.

Anna married firstly to Count Ernst of Lippe-Weissenfeld, sixth child and youngest son of Count Franz of Lippe-Weissenfeld and his wife Baroness Marie of Beschwitz, on 21 November 1911 at Schloss Büdingen in Büdingen. Anna and Ernst had one daughter before Ernst was killed at Goldap on the Eastern Front during World War I on 11 September 1914:

 Princess Eleonore of Lippe-Weissenfeld (born 11 August 1913 in Dresden; died 19 October 1964 in The Hague)

 ∞ Sweder, Count of Rechteren-Limpurg (1910-1972) on 19 May 1935 in Detmold, divorced in 1944

 Adolph Roderik Ernst Leopold, Count of Rechteren-Limpurg (born 25 November 1938)
 Anna Pia Amalaswintha, Countess of Rechteren-Limpurg (born 27 September 1940)

 ∞ Count Hans Günter of Solms-Laubach (born 26 June 1927 in Munich) , had two issue

Anna married secondly to Leopold IV, Prince of Lippe, second eldest child of Count Ernst of Lippe-Biesterfeld and his wife Countess Karoline of Wartensleben, on 26 April 1922 in Büdingen. Anna and Leopold had one son:

 Armin Leopold Ernst Bruno Heinrich Willa August, Prince of Lippe (born 18 August 1924 in Detmold)

 ∞ Traute Becker (born 16 February 1925 in Hänigsen) on 27 March 1953 in Göttingen

 Stephan Leopold Justus Richard, Hereditary Prince of Lippe (born 24 May 1959)

 ∞ Countess Maria of Solms-Laubach (born 12 August 1968 in Frankfurt am Main) on 13 October 1994, had five issue

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