Elizabeth is nervous and excited as their carriage approaches Pemberley.
When the housekeeper shows them around, Elizabeth is delighted. It's all decked out in really good taste, and she can't help thinking that it could have been her house.
Then she checks herself, realizing that Darcy would never have let her invite her aunt and uncle to visit.
Mrs. Gardiner calls Elizabeth over to see a painting of Mr. Wickham, and the housekeeper explains that Wickham was a son of the late master's steward. He has gone in the army, she says, and has become very wild.
Also, Mr. Darcy is the best landlord and the best master EVAR. She really digs him.
She shows them the rooms Mr. Darcy set up specifically to make his sister happy.