Henry VIII

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ROYAL COURT
Henry VII --
2 main sections
--> chamber
--> privy chamber = small place for personal servants who fed and washed him
The king could work on his own here and the privy chamber was headed by groom of the stool

WHERE AS
Henry VIII--
He used the chamber to handle business and used the privy to look after dealings. Early on Henry relied on young favourites, referred to as 'minions' then 'gentlemen of the privy chamber' Ambitious…

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