|Suzanne Beatrice of England|
|Queen Consort of Spain|
|Tenure||14 May 1593 - 31 March 1621|
|Spouse|| Philip III
m. May 1593
|Issue|| Philip IV|
|House|| House of Tudor (by birth)
House of Hapsburg (by marriage)
|Mother||Isabella of Cleves|
|Born|| 14 December 1578 |
Palace of Placentia, Greenwich, England
|Died|| 15 December 1642 (aged 64) |
|Burial||El Escorial, Spain|
Suzanne Beatrice (Spanish: Susanna Beatriz) (14 December 1578 - 15 December 1642) was the eleventh daughter of Edward VI and Isabella of Cleves. After the Spanish Armada, it was decided that a daughter of Edward VI would marry the eldest son of Philip II of Spain.
Suzanne Beatrice was born on 14 December 1578, the younger twin sister of Henry, Duke of Lancaster and the eleventh daughter of Isabella of Cleves and Edward VI. Her maternal grandparents were Sophia, Duchess of Guelders and William the Rich. Her paternal grandparents were Henry VIII of England and Jane Seymour. At the time of her birth, her elder sister Matilda Adela was betrothed to the Prince of Asturias. She was the younger sister of a Queen of Navarre, a Queen of Portugal, a Holy Roman Empress, a Duchess of Anjou, a Queen of Scotland, a Queen of Poland, and the elder sister to the Electress Palatine.