Pride and Prejudice

how can Mrs. Bennet feel distressed about Lydia's disappearance even though she wholeheartedly supported Lydia's decison to go to Brighton and her daughter's excessive fascination with the regiment?

vol 3, ch 5 of pride and prejudice

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I think Mrs. Bennet fears that Lydia can't pull off a successful match on her own. Mrs. Bennet feels she needs to be part of the matchmaking process to secure Lydia a man of means.