The Montague and Capulet inhabitants had been engaging in regular brawls despite their respective masters’ prior attempts to bring an end to the war by making truces and signing treaties.
The House of Capulet was ruled by their chief patriarch, Lord Capulet, who was the father of Juliet.
The Friar quickly reminds Romeo of his love for Rosaline just a couple of hours earlier.
“Is Rosaline, whom thou didst love so dear, So soon forsaken?
However, this almost results in a bloody outcome after Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin spots Romeo and considers him unwelcomed.
However, after Lord Capulet orders Tybalt to respect his guests, Romeo spots Juliet and falls in love with her.After a severe street brawl between the two houses gets out of hand, Prince Escalus, from another significant entity known as the House of Escalus, decides to intervene and restore the peaceful agreements amended by the two houses.The house of Escalus was a similarly influential faction that was ruled by Prince Escalus, Mercutio, who was a close friend to Romeo of the Montague house, and Count Paris, who planned on marrying Juliet.Empirically, throughout the story marriage is portrayed as a unifying aspect that facilitates the end of conflicts and feuds between houses.Therefore, Lord Montague felt compelled to bring his son, Romeo, to the Capulet ball so he can encounter her long lost lover, Rosaline, who was one of Lord Capulet’s descendants.” Friar Laurence is very aware of Romeo’s problem of falling so deeply in love so quickly.The Friar should've instead, encouraged Romeo to wait for awhile before he rushes into marriage.Determined to secure a desirable future for his daughter, Lord Capulet controlled and validated any decision made by Juliet.Romeo, on the other hand, is the prince of the House of Montague, which is ruled by his father, Lord Montague.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.Seemingly, Romeo refused to engage in the duel knowing that Tybalt was secretly his kinsman.