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Plaque unveiled where king stayed

A blue plaque has been unveiled at the house where Kind Edward VII stayed months before he died in Hove.

Plaque marks house in Hove that was fit for royalty

The house where King Edward VII stayed just months before he died has unveiled a blue plaque at the site.

The son of Queen Victoria, who reigned for the last nine years of his life, was a frequent visitor to Brighton and stayed at the mansion of Sir Arthur Sassoon.

The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Denise Cobb, had the honours of unveiling the plaque.

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