Searching for Romeo, Juliet comes across Paris in a chapel. She speaks arrogantly with him, now that their wedding is set. She asks to speak with Friar Lawrence alone, forcing Paris to leave.
Friar Lawrence proposes a plan to allow Romeo and Juliet to be together again. He will give Juliet a special potion that puts your body in a dead state without and wake up in 48 hours. Friar would send a letter to Romeo informing that the death is fake and they run off together.
Ecstatic about being reunited with Romeo, she goes home and apologizes to Capulet for her behavior. She agrees to marrying Paris and Capulet then tells her to get her clothes ready for her wedding.
Juliet reinforces the plan with the Nurse making sure nothing will go wrong. She keeps her dagger near. Having a few doubts in mind she pauses and rethinks everything. Deciding that Friar was trying to help and is trustworthy, she drinks the potion. Falling down, motionless.
The next morning as the Nurse goes to attend to Juliet, She is set upon a lifeless body of Juliet. Lady Capulet comes in after and is devastated over her daughter's suicide.