Was Cleopatra a spy for her dad?

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.

No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.
No, absolutely not. If her father needed spies, he would order his professional "information gathers" to get him information. The only time Cleopatra could even be remotely considered a spy for her father would be in some kiddie fiction book.