Which British royal figure was nicknamed, given the sobriquet if you will, the ‘Prince of Whales’?

Answer: King George IV. The nickname came during his time as heir to the throne, and was used to mock his considerable weight. George’s waistline was a colossal 54 inches.

Source: Prince of Pleasure – The Prince of Wales and the Making of the Regency by Saul David

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