Princess Henut-Taneb was either the second or third daughter of Pharoah Amenhotep III and Queen Tiye. Her name, meaning 'Mistress of All Lands', was a title often held by queens. Like her sisters Sitamen and Isis, Henut-Taneb may very well have been one of the wives of herfather, Amenhotep III. Although she was never refered to as a "King's Wife," her name is found in a cartouche and she has other titles that suggest that she was one of the many consorts of Amenhotep III. Her fate, like so many of the others, is not known.
Princess Henut-Taneb's Titles:
Consort of Horus Who is in His Heart
Great One in the Palace
King’s Daughter Whom He Loves