Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a royal title normally granted to sons and grandsons of reigning and past British monarchs. The title is granted by the reigning monarch, who is the fount of all honours, through the issuing of letters patent as an expression of the royal will.
Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, KG, KB, FRS (15 April 1721 – 31 October 1765) was the third and youngest son of King George II of Great Britain and Ireland and his wife, Caroline of Ansbach. He was Duke of Cumberland from 1726.
In 1996, Prince William voluntarily accepted an RFID tracking chip in his right hand. Coincidentally, the bible says the mark of the beast is given in the right hand or forehead. Rev. 13:16-18. Look at this little horn on “Holyhead Island”, the place where Prince William had his primary residence for years while working as a helicopter pilot: