"The plan of the young couple was to proceed after a few days to Brighton"
Plate from 'Views of the Royal Pavilion' (1826)
Public DomainPlate from 'Views of the Royal Pavilion' (1826) - Credit: John Nash

 Brighton (now part of the city of Brighton and Hove) is situated on England's south coast, in the county of East Sussex. From the mid-18th century onwards, it became an important and fashionable venue for sea-bathing. It was also a popular destination for the Prince Regent (later George IV) who commissioned the elaborate and ornate residence known as the Royal Pavilion. Work on the Pavilion was carried out in three stages between 1787 and 1822.