Princess Ana Gruzinsky-Golitsyna (Georgian: ანა გრუზინსკი-გოლიცინა, Russian: Анна Грузинская-Голицына, 17 August 1763 — 11 October 1842) was a Georgian royal princess (batonishvili) of the Bagrationi dynasty of Mukhrani branch.
She was the daughter of Alexander Bagration-Gruzinsky, grandchild of Prince Bakar of Kartli and great-grandchild of King Vakhtang VI of Kartli. She had one brother, Georgy Gruzinsky.
Her mother, Princess Daria Alexandrovna Menshikova, was the granddaughter of Alexander Danilovich Menshikov, who was the de facto ruler of Russia from 1725–1727.
In 1790, Ana married Prince Boris Andreevich Golitsyn, who was a close friend of Georgian general Pyotr Bagration.
Ana died on 11 October 1842 in Saint Petersburg, and is buried in Coastal Monastery of St. Sergius.Yelizaveta Golitsyna (1790—1870)
Andrei Golitsyn (1791—1861)
Alexander Golitsyn (1792—1865)
Nikolai Golitsyn (1794—1866)
Sofia Golitsyna (1795—1871)
Tatiana Golitsyna (1797—1869)
Alexandra Golitsyna (1798—1876)
Irina Golitsyna (1800—1802)