When everyone has left the party, Romeo creeps into the Capulet garden and sees Juliet on her balcony. They reveal their mutual love to each other and Romeo leaves. He promised to arrange a secret marriage and talked to Friar Lawrence about it. He let Juliet's messenger, her old Nurse, have the details the following morning.
Romeo meets Tybalt in the street and is challenged by him to a duel. Romeo refuses to fight and his friend Mercutio is so disgusted by this 'cowardice' that he takes up the challenge instead. As Romeo tries to break up the fight, Tybalt kills Mercutio, and, enraged, Romeo then kills Tybalt. The Prince arrives and, on hearing the full story, banishes Romeo rather than have him executed.
Trying to break into the Capulet crypt, Romeo is disturbed by Paris and they fight. Romeo kills Paris and reaches Juliet's body. He drinks the poison, kisses his wife for the last time, and dies. Friar heard that Romeo never received his message, so he comes to the crypt to be with Juliet when she wakes. He finds Paris's body and helps Juliet. He cannot persuade her to leave her dead husband and runs away in fear. Juliet realizes what has happened, takes Romeo's knife, and stabs herself to death with it. The watchmen discover the gruesome sight and call the Prince, to whom Friar confesses everything. After everything, they all finally came to peace.