Friar Laurence goes inside the tomb to find Juliet waking up. He explains to her that the plan didn't work.
Friar Laurence hears the watchmen outside and ushers Juliet to leave with him, but she refuses when she sees Paris and Romeo's bodies.
Juliet hears the watchmen coming and stabs herself with Romeo's dagger, dying next to him.
The night watchman arrives at the Capulet tomb with the Prince, the Capulets, and Lord Montague, to find Paris, Romeo, and Juliet's dead bodies.
The other watchmen found Friar Laurence and Balthasar. Friar Laurence retells what happened to everyone.
The Prince declares that the Capulets and Montagues should be punished for their feud. But he also blames himself for tolerating their feud, letting two relatives die. After that, the two families make peace, and build golden statues for Romeo and Juliet.