The next day Romeo and Juliet get married with help of Juliet's nurse who told Juliet to go to confessions with Friar Laurence. Friar Laurence then marries the two in the hopes that this could put an end to the family feud
Shortly after the marriage, Tybalt finds Romeo and challenges him to a duel. Romeo refuses leaving Mercutio to get involved. Tybalt ends up kill Mercutio and then Romeo kills Tybalt in a fit of rage. Romeo is then banished from Verona by the Prince.
Romeo spends the night with Juliet before leaving to the nearby city, Mantua. However, in the grief of the loss of Tybalt, Juliet's family arranges for Juliet to be married to Paris the next day. Juliet is not pleased when she finds this out.
Friar Laurence agrees to give Juliet a potion that will make her appear dead so that she can avoid getting married to Paris. He plans on sending a letter to Romeo explaining the situation so he can come find her. However, the letter is not received by Romeo and instead Romeo believes Juliet has died and rushes back to Verona to see her with the plan to end his life next to her.
Romeo returns to Verona and is chased by the royal guard until he makes it into Juliet's tomb. There he drink poison that was given to him by a potion maker. As he takes the lethal poison Juliet awakes and watches him die. To be with him, she takes his sword and stabs herself, killing herself next to him.