However, unlike Capulet, Montague consists of peace seekers who want to end the conflict between the two Houses of Verona.
Seemingly, the conflict is later resolved after Romeo and Juliet fall in love and start a relationship, despite the significant disapproval from both houses, which results in a remorseful demise.
However, after Lord Capulet orders Tybalt to respect his guests, Romeo spots Juliet and falls in love with her.
This is followed by the prominent balcony scene where Romeo finds his way to a balcony near Juliet’s room and overhears her confess her newly profound love for him.
After Juliet consumed the portion just before her wedding to Count Paris, she entered a death state and laid to rest on the family crypt.
Count Paris was devastated as he cried beside the half-dead Juliet.
The House of Capulet was ruled by their chief patriarch, Lord Capulet, who was the father of Juliet.
Determined to secure a desirable future for his daughter, Lord Capulet controlled and validated any decision made by Juliet.
With the help of a peaceful enthusiast known as Friar Lawrence, the two got secretly married.
However, the conflict between Capulet and Montague enraged later in the Capulet ball after Tybalt challenged Romeo for a duel since he still felt that he had intruded and was getting closer to his cousin Juliet.