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Désirée or Desiree may refer to:
- Désirée (given name), a female given name
- Des'ree (born 1968), British pop/soul vocalist throughout the 1990s
- Desireé Bassett (born 1992), American hard rock guitarist
- Désirée Clary (1777–1860), Queen of Sweden, 1818–1844
- Desireé Cousteau (born 1956), American porn star
- Desiree Heslop (born 1961), British singer also known by the stage name Princess
- Desiree Horton (born 1971), nicknamed "Chopper Chick", Los Angeles helicopter pilot/TV reporter and United States Forest Service helicopter firefighter
- Désirée Malonga (born 1981), Afro-Romanian actress and model
- Désirée Nosbusch (born 1965), actress and TV host in Germany
- Desirée Rogers (born 1959), White House Social Secretary
- Desiree Washington (born 1973), beauty pageant contestant
- Princess Désirée, Baroness Silfverschiöld (born 1937), Swedish princess
- "Désiree", a song originally recorded by The Charts in 1957 as "Deserie", and in 1971 recorded by Laura Nyro on the album Gonna Take a Miracle
- "Desiree" (song), a 1977 song by Neil Diamond
- "Desiree", a song by The Left Banke
- "Desiree", a song by American heavy metal band Savatage, released on the 1997 Edel re-release of Streets: A Rock Opera
- "Desiree", a song by Caribou from the album Andorra.
- "Desiree", a song by Mohsen Chavoshi from the album Boatless Oar.
- Desiree DeVere, a fictional former Miss Botswana on comedy sketch Little Britain
- Desiree (Danny Phantom), a villain on the Nickelodeon cartoon Danny Phantom
- Désirée (film), a 1954 film about Désirée Clary starring Marlon Brando
- Désirée (operetta), an 1884 operetta by John Philip Sousa
- Désirée (potato), a red-skinned variety of potato
- Désirée, a white mare ridden by Napoleon during the Waterloo Campaign
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