...And her Nurse knows about the marriage too. If any part of this tragedy is my fault, let my old life be sacrificed and let me suffer the most severe punishment.
The Friar tells the prince and Romeo and Juliet's parents about everything that had happened that nights and the days prior that lead up to their deaths
The feud between the two families is ended with the deaths of their children and in order to commemorate them they decide to build statues of each others children to end the feud.
-Oh, brother Montague, give me your hand. This is my daughter’s dowry. I can ask you for nothing more.But I can give you -more. I’ll raise her statue in pure gold. As long as this city is called Verona, there will be no figure praised more than that of true and faithful Juliet.