Duaenre was a prince of the ancient Egyptian 4th Dynasty. He was a son of Pharaoh Khafre and his wife Meresanch III. During the reign of Chephrens successor Menkaure, he held the post of vizier and was thus the highest official to the king. A vizier under Menkaure ' successor Shepseskaf called Babaef was probably a son of Duaenre.
Duaenre part of the mastaba G 5110 on the western cemetery of the pyramid of Cheops. There is a sarcophagus of red granite was found, which is presently located in Turin at the Museo Egizio.