|First Lady of Guinea|
since September 5, 2021
|Residence||Presidential Palace, Conakry|
|Inaugural holder||Andrée Touré|
|Formation||October 2, 1958|
|Website||Présidence de la République: La Premiere Dame|
First Lady of Guinea (French: Première Dame de la République de Guinée) is the title attributed to the wife of the President of Guinea. The country's present first lady is Lauriane Doumbouya, wife of interim President Mamady Doumbouya, who had held the position since the 2021 Guinean coup d'etat on September 5, 2021. There has been no first gentleman of Guinea to date.
|Names||Portrait||Term Began||Term Ended||President of Guinea||Image of President||Notes|
|Andrée Touré||October 2, 1958||March 26, 1984||Ahmed Sékou Touré||Born Marie-Andrée Duplantier, Andrée Touré married Ahmed Sékou Touré in 1953. She became Guinea's inaugural first lady upon the country's independence in 1958.|
|Delphine Béavogui||March 26, 1984||April 3, 1984||Louis Lansana Beavogui||Louis Lansana Beavogui served as interim president following President Ahmed Sékou Touré's death. Delphine Béavogui died on August 28, 2018, at the age of 87.|
|Henriette Conté||April 5, 1984||December 22, 2008||Lansana Conté||President Lansana Conté, who came to power in the 1984 Guinean coup d'état, was polygamous and had four wives.
|Position vacant||December 24, 2008||December 3, 2009||Moussa Dadis Camara||Captain Moussa Dadis Camara came to power in the 2008 Guinean coup d'état after Lansana Conté's death. Camara went into exile in Burkina Faso in January 2010 following an assassination attempt and settled in Ouagadougou with his girlfriend, Jeanne Saba , a Burkinabe national. Moussa Dadis Camara married Jeanne Saba on August 22, 2010, and converted to Saba's religion, Roman Catholicism, on the same day as their wedding. Saba and Camara had two children by 2012.|
|?||December 3, 2009||December 21, 2010||Sékouba Konaté (acting)||Konaté wed Mariama Sako Hall Konaté, though it is unclear if they were married during his tenure in office.|
|Djene Kaba Condé||December 21, 2010||September 5, 2021||Alpha Condé||Overthrow in 2021 Guinean coup d'état. She died in France on 8 April 2023.|
|Lauriane Doumbouya||September 5, 2021||Present||Mamady Doumbouya||Incumbent first lady since September 2021|