Ankhesenamun's excavation site is not verified as there is speculation so far that she is either one of the mummy's found in Tomb KV21 located in the Valley of Kings in Egypt, or that she was originally in tomb KV63 located in the necropolis (large cemetry) of the Valley of Kings, Egypt, although no mummy has been found.
Therefore as it is still not verified where she was buried, there is a possibility that her tomb has not yet been found.
The tomb in KV63 is speculated to be for Ankhesenamun due to its proximity to Tuthankhamun's tomb in KV62. The tomb had a coffin with women imprints, clothing, jewelry etc. and fragments indicating the partial name Paaten, which was the latter half of her born name, and no other royal family member has bore this name. Despite this, no mummies have been found.
Not enough DNA has been found to verify that Ankhesenamun is the biological mother of Tuthankhamun's two still born daughters, although it is implied as she is his only wife in historical records