George IV, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and of Hanover; by Sir Thomas Lawrence, c. 1822. He was the eldest son of King George III of Great Britain.

Regency Celebrity: The Decadent George IV

George IV George Augustus Frederick 29 January 1820 – 26 June 1830 (Prince Regent since - born 12 August 1762 St James's Palace son of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz - died 26 June 1830 Windsor aged 67

Alex Gregory, Mohamed Sbihi, George Nash and Constantine Louloudis of Great Britain dominate the third heat.

Rio Olympics: Lilly King says previously banned athletes should not be at Games – as it happened

Join us for all of the action as Rio heads into day three of the Games, with Tom Daley in the synchronised diving and the men’s team gymnastics finals

Men's Rowing Pair  Gold: Eric Murray & Hamish Bond

2012 Olympics Results: Winners and Losers from Day 6

Men's Rowing Pair Gold: Eric Murray & Hamish Bond, New Zealand Silver: Germain Chardin & Dorian Mortelette, France Bronze: George Nash & William Satch, Great Britain

Daniel Ritchie, Tom Ransley, Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Mohamed Sbihi, Andrew Triggs Hodge, George Nash, William Satch and Phelan Hill of Great Britain pose with their gold medals after the Men's Eight final during day eight of the 2013 World Rowing Championships on September 1, 2013 in Chungju, South Korea.

2013 World Rowing Championships - Day 8

Daniel Ritchie, Tom Ransley, Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Mohamed Sbihi, Andrew Triggs Hodge, George Nash, William Satch and Phelan Hill of Great Britain pose with their gold medals after the Men's Eight final during day eight of the 2013 World Rowing Championships on September 1, 2013 in Chungju, South Korea.

William Satch and George Nash of Great Britain celebrate with their bronze medals

Men’s Pairs Rowing: Team GB’s 2012 Olympic medal was a Bronze won by: George Nash, Will Satch on Friday August 2012 in a time of at Eton Dorney, Windsor.

Bronze medallists George Nash and William Satch (R) of Britain pose after the medals ceremony for the Men's Pair Final event during the London 2012 Olympic Games at Eton Dorney

Bronze medallists George Nash and William Satch (R) of Britain pose after the medals ceremony for the Men's Pair Final event during the London 2012 Olympic Games at Eton Dorney

William Satch and George Nash of Great Britain celebrate before receiving their bronze medals during the medal ceremony for the Men's Pair final on Day 7 of the London 2012 Olympic Games

London 2012 Olympics: Triumph at Eton Dorney

London 2012 Olympics: Team GB's medal winners part 1

“The big question in archaeology at the moment is whether there was a Copper Age in Britain. Did copper come to Britain before bronze?"

Copper artefact found in an archaeological excavation at Perthi Duon on Anglesey. Photo courtesy of Dr George Nash.

Hamish Bond and Eric Murray of New Zealand are congratulated by William Satch and George Nash of Great Britain as they celebrate winning gold in the Men's Pair final on Day 7 of the London 2012 Olympic Games

London 2012 Olympics: Triumph at Eton Dorney

Gold medals for Anna Watkins and Kath Grainger, with bronze for Alan Campbell and the team of George Nash and Will Satch at the London 2012 Olympics

George Nash and Will Satch also claimed bronze in the men's pair.

Will Satch and George Nash Bronze in the Men's coxless pairs.

Train like an Olympic champion: Alex Gregory, Mohamed Sbihi, George Nash and Constantine Louloudis, of Britain, wave after winning gold in the men's rowing four final during the 2016 Summer Olympics

10 ways to train like an Olympic rowing champion

Rio 2016 Olympic rowing champion George Nash, who won gold in the men’s coxless four this summer, tells Telegraph Men about dealing with dawn alarms, the importance of afternoon tea and how to look like a pro on the indoor rower

The Royal Pavilion, Brighton UK.  First saw this as a child and was so surprised and gobsmacked.  The need to travel to India was soon embedded in my psyche.

12 "Must-See" Places in England, Scotland and Wales

The Royal Pavillion in Brighton, England. This Regency Palace is a breathtaking folly. The famous sea-side residence was built for King George IV, and was also used by his brother William IV and their niece Queen Victoria.

1953 Nash-Healey - THE FIRST AMERICAN SPORTS CAR BUILT SINCE THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND IT EXISTS BECAUSE OF CHANCE.  WHILE SHARING A SHIP RIDE OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN, DONALD HEALEY AND GEORGE MASON, CEO OF NASH MOTORS, MET EACH OTHER BY LUCK. HEALEY WAS RETURNING TO BRITAIN AFTER GM TURNED DOWN HIS IDEA FOR HIS CAR PRODUCTION.  BY THE END OF THE TRIP, AN AGREEMENT WAS MADE BETWEEN HEALEY AND MASON THAT LED TO THE BIRTH OF THE NASH-HEALEY.

1953 Nash-Healey - THE FIRST AMERICAN SPORTS CAR BUILT SINCE THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND IT EXISTS BECAUSE OF CHANCE. WHILE SHARING A SHIP RIDE OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN, DONALD HEALEY AND GEORGE MASON, CEO OF NASH MOTORS, MET EACH OTHER BY LUCK. HEALEY WAS RETURNING TO BRITAIN AFTER GM TURNED DOWN HIS IDEA FOR HIS CAR PRODUCTION. BY THE END OF THE TRIP, AN AGREEMENT WAS MADE BETWEEN HEALEY AND MASON THAT LED TO THE BIRTH OF THE NASH-HEALEY.

Royal Pavilion, Brighton, England

The Royal Pavilion in Brighton is a former royal residence. It was built in three campaigns, beginning in as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales (Prince Regent). It is often referred to as the Brighton Pavilion

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