Juliet weeps and weeps about having to marry Paris because she wants to be with Romeo for the rest of her days rather than marry Paris so Friar comes up with a plan for her to fake her death by taking the vile before the marriage.
Juliet claims how she is ready to marry Paris and will start preparing for the marriage as her father becomes joyful that she has made that decision.
Juliet tells her mother and nurse to leave her that night so she can sleep as she takes out the vile and drinks it thinking of what problems it can cause of her actually dying, waking up when she doesn't want to, and so much more that it worries her.
The nurse, Lady Capulet, the many cooks and servants, and many others begin to gather and put together the wedding by making the food and getting everything else ready.
Juliet has died as all of the Capulet s begin to mourn and grieve her death even though she isn't truly dead.