Mrs. Phillips is a minor character in Pride and Prejudice. She is the sister of Mrs. Bennet and Edward Gardiner, sister-in-law to their spouses Mr. Bennet and M. Gardiner, and the aunt of their children: Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine, and Lydia Bennet and the Gardiner children.

She married to Mr. Phillips, an attorney like her father, and it is unknown whether they have any children. She is considered to be vulgar, rude, and gauche by everyone in the novel except William Collins.