The heir-apparent, the late King, admired his talent and relished his society.
The heir-apparent was privileged to support two, and the third from the king but one.
In April, 1502, at the age of ten, Henry became the heir-apparent to the English throne.
That chief was, therefore, brother-in-law to the king, and uncle to the heir-apparent.
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