"This wind you talk of blows us from ourselves. Supper is done, and we shall come late."(1.4.111)
"I fear too early for my mind misgives. Some consequence yet hanging in the stars. Shall bitterly begin this fearful date."(1.4.113)
Romeo and Benvolio Outside of Capulet Manor
Romeo talks to Benvolio about how he predicts there may be bad luck to find at the party and how someone will meet their untimely death
"Of a despised life closed in my breast By some vile forfeit of untimely death." (1.4.117)
Here, Benvolio is assuring Romeo that they will arrive a bit later after the party has started as to not get caught by the Capulet Guards and thrown out of the party.
The idea of fate is centered around the stars and fortune. Romeo says that there may be a consequence hanging in the stars after this party. We find out that the consequence is him falling in love with Juliet and how it eventually ends in their deaths.
Shakespeare uses light foreshadowing here, as when Romeo speaks of a "untimely death" he is talking about the deaths of him and Juliet at the end of the book. Their love is "star-crossed" meaning that fate has aligned them to fall in love and to eventually die.