I'm sorry father, please forgive me. I treated Paris with the proper love.
Your wedding is tomorrow morning.
In his cell, Friar Lawerence speaks with Paris about the Latter's marriage to Juliet. Paris says that Juliet's grief about Tybalt's death has made her unbalanced, and that Capulet, in his wisdom, has decided they should marry soon so that Juliet can stop crying and put an end to her mourning.
Juliet apologizes to her father and tells him that she treated Paris with proper love. Lord Capulet decides to move Juliet's wedding to the next morning.
In her bedchamber, Juliet asks the nurse to let her spend the night be herself, and repeats the request to Lady Capulet when she arrives. Alone, clutching the vial given to her by Friar Lawerence, she wonders what will happen when she drinks it.
The nurse is now sent to go wake up Juliet for the wedding, as she makes a shocking discovery.
Early the next morning, the Capulet house is aflutter with preparations for the wedding. Capulet sends the nurse to go wake Juliet. She finds Juliet dead and begins to sob, soon joined by both Lady Capulet and Capulet. Paris soon arrives with Friar Lawerence.