In England in 1812, the heir to the count dies on the Titanic. The whole family, which understands that there are no male heirs, everything will go to their eldest daughter. She is smart, attractive with a big, hard-nosed character. But, the count himself, who devoted his whole life to the estate, does not want to give possession to Mary. He believes that everything acquired must pass on to a distant relative, a certain earl, the only male race.
The graph was absolutely not embarrassed that he was middle class, with incomplete education. In order not to allow a distant relative to the throne, Mary has a global task, to find a companion who can replace the graph. But the younger sister, who did not have a beautiful appearance, lays sticks, glad that she would not be on the throne.