aunty_jack saidWell Price Albert Queen Victoria's consort and Husband had the same issue, thus the Prince Albert I ring though the nob so you can tie it to your leg.
As usual about everything you post here, you are wrong. The ring through the foreskin (not the urethra as is done today with cut men) was to hold the penis UP, not to strap it down.
Aristocratic men in the first half of the 18th Century wore very tight trousers, almost like leotards, an indication that they could afford to own & rides horses, and might have served as military officers. Without the modern elastics we have today for underclothes, their stuff would create a big bulge down their pants leg. And indeed, some period depictions do show this.
A solution was the PA, as we now call it, a metal ring in the foreskin. Through which a tape was wrapped around the waist. This modestly held the dick in an upward position, and also drew the balls up a bit, too, which aided horseback riding.
A silly solution to us today, when we can choose from athletic supporters or elastic briefs for our needs. But that technology was not available nearly 200 years ago, and so the PA was created.
What remains unclear is whether Prince Albert himself actually had such a ring or not. But it existed during his era, and his name has been associated with it.