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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