|Gerrit, Count Schimmelpenninck|
|Prime Minister of the Netherlands|
March 1848 – 17 May 1848
|Preceded by||None (office established)|
|Succeeded by||Jacob de Kempenaer|
25 February 1794
|Died||4 October 1863
|Political party||Moderate Liberal / Conservative (no party)|
|Spouse(s)||Henriëtte Euphemia Johanna Stulen (m. 1815, d. 1816)
Johanna Philippina Frederica Carolina Constantina, barones of Knobelsdorff (m. 1819, d. 1852)
Louise Charlotte Jeannette van Schuylenburch (m. 1855)
|Religion||Dutch Reformed Church|
Gerrit, Count Schimmelpenninck (25 February 1794, in Amsterdam – 4 October 1863, in Arnhem) was a Dutch businessman and statesman, whose views ranged from liberal to conservative. He was the son of Grand Pensionary Rutger Jan Schimmelpenninck and a member of the Dutch Reformed Church.
The primary reason of William II to get him to the Netherlands was to keep Thorbecke out of the Council of Ministers. In March 1848 he became Chairman of the Council of Ministers, holding the ministerial offices of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Finance. His proposal to design a Constitution following British model, which would imply that the Senate could not be dissolved by the King, was rejected by the other ministers. He tendered his resignation on 14 May 1848.