Barbie is Princes Genevieve, who has eleven sisters: Ashlyn, Blair, Courtney, Delia, Edeline, Fallon, Hadley, Isla, Janessa, Kathleen and Lacey who all live in the same castle with King Rudolph their widower father. All the princesses are both beautiful and unique in their own way, but they all have one thing they share: they all love dancing.
The girls’ are also viewed as being “unladylike” and “improper” by other in the aristocracy for their adventurous and free-spirited personality. They all regularly receive nasty comments form the other aristocrats. Deciding his daughters require motherly guidance, the king calls for Duchess Rowena, his cousin, to come to their castle and help raise the girls. Rowena, however, intends to poison the King instead, get rid of Genevieve and her sisters and make herself queen.
Fearing the suspicious Rowena, the King’s daughters try to change his mind, but Randolph has fallen under Rowena’s influence. Rowena then works to break the princess’ spirits by stripping the castle of all they care about, and further makes them miserable by forbidding them from singing or dancing.
Distressed by what Rowena has done, the king’s daughter seek out hope in the form of their mother’s (Queen Isabella) most beloved story, about an enchanted kingdom where Gilded Flowers award Wishes and all princesses are allows to dance for three nights at the Enchanted Pavilion. Isabella created twelve copies of the story before she died. She gave one to each of the princesses, personalizes with a different flower on the cover.
They discover that there is more to the story that they thought, and by searching through the castle and dancing, they are able to enter the Enchanted Kingdom, where even plain water has magical healing properties.
The next day the duchess discovers the girls very tired and their dance slippers are worn thin. She decides they must have gone out dancing, maybe with princes from neighboring kingdoms. The royal shoemaker, Derek, who is in love with Genevieve’s, is called to repair their shoes. He discovers hey are all covered in gold dust.
Genevieve requests that he help her figure out Rowena’s real plan as she is now preventing them from sing their ill father. They are still forbidden any entertainment, and are not even allowed to sing to him. A doctor comes to provide medicine, but the Duchess throw it out and replaces it with more poison. She then orders her footman, Desmond, to find out where the girls have been going. That night the king’s daughters enjoy the Magic Realm and dance to their heart’s delight. Derek, on the other hand, has found out that Rowena is stealing all the castle’s riches and meeting up with an apothecary. After seeing this, he runs back to the castle to warn the sisters.
In the morning, the princesses are happy, but weary from their magical night. Rowena orders them to tell her what they have been up to. She finally forces them to tell the truth, but doesn’t believe their story about the Enchanted Kingdom and locks them up, claiming they are responsible for their father’s illness. Hopeless, the sisters go back to the Enchanted Kingdom, leaving Rowena furious when she finds them gone from the room she locked them in.
The next evening, Derek finds Genevieve and her sisters gone when he is able to return to the castle. He figures out how to get to the Enchanted Kingdom, but, unbeknownst to him he’s followed by Brutus, the duchess’ monkey who tells everything to Rowena. Rowena then steals the wish-granting gold flowers and has her footman break the mosaic the girl’s had used as a gateway, and trap the princesses and Derek forever. She then trick Randolph into making her Queen until he is well enough again.
Meanwhile, the princesses and Derek are trying to find a way back. Their dancing creates a new gateway, although this new gateway leads not to their room but to their mother’s dance pavilion outside the castle instead.
By the time they get back, the learn that Rowena is now queen, her new guards have been ordered to capture the girls and lock them up, and worst of all, King Randolph is near death. The king’s daughters decided to confront the new Queen. Lacey is caught by the Queen’s footman and after Derek and Genevieve battle a number of magically animated suits of armor, it’s all for naught when Desmond brings in the captured Lacey.
Realizing that Genevieve is the ringleader of the group, Rowena makes a wish on the gilded flowers to cruelly force her to start dancing and never stop. Seeing the dust from the flowers coming at her, Genevieve thinks quickly, pulls out her fan sends the dust back towards Rowena. The wish is turned back on the evil queen and her footman. They are compelled to dance forever. The two soon dance out of the castle and are quickly gone.
It turns out that Lacey brought some of the healing waters from the enchanted kingdom, and uses what she has to heal her father. King Randolph apologizes to his daughters for not accepting them as the wonderful daughters they are, and bringing Rowena, who it turned out was poisoning him. Later, Genevieve and Derek get marries and, of course, and the center of the celebration they all enjoy plenty of dancing.
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