Rictrude (Rictrudis, Richtrudis, Richrudis) (c. 614–688) was abbess of Marchiennes Abbey, in Flanders. The main early source for her life is the Vita Rictrudis of Hucbald, commissioned by the abbey, and written in 907 by Hucbald.
She was from a noble family in Gascony. She married Adalbald, later murdered. In Hucbald's account, this is shown deliberately as a model marriage.