Minister for the Maison du Roi

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The Minister for the Maison du Roi was a cabinet role under the French monarchy, conferring leadership of the Maison du Roi.

Ancien Régime[edit]

Under the Ancien Régime the ministerial post at the head of the Maison du Roi was a Secretary of State of the Maison du Roi.

1570-1789[edit]

Constitutional monarchy[edit]

Bourbon Restoration[edit]

July Monarchy[edit]

Louis-Philippe of France had no household and thus there was no minister for the Maison du Roi under the July Monarchy. However, there was an intendant général of the civil list, who was not a member of the government.

Second Empire[edit]