Cleopatra lives in the Palace with her sister Arsinoe and her father Pharaoh Ptolemy. Before dying, the Pharaoh, the King of Egypt, hands the Sacred Key to Cleopatra, his younger daughter. This key is a very particular one as it unlocks all of the country’s treasures. This decision makes Arsinoe, Cleopatra’s sister, feel envious because she should have been the one to receive the Sacred Key. From then on, she begins to concoct a plan to recover it. Feeling afraid of her new responsibility, Cleopatra decides to go for a walk. While wandering around she meets Bek, a young villager who sells fruit. Cleopatra and Bek become very good friends and the villager helps Cleopatra to enjoy the simplest things in life. At the palace, Arsinoe convinces Appi, one of the servants, to pass himself off as Juba, the King of Numidia. Arsinoe’s plan is to recover obtain the key when Appi and Cleopatra turn intobecome husband and wife. Arsinoe tricks Cleopatra into believing that her nation is in desperate need of food supplies. King Juba has offered to help Egypt, but only if Cleopatra marries him. Cleopatra has to make the most difficult choice: save Egypt from starvation or lose Bek’s friendship forever.