The timeless classic Romeo and Juliet RJ by William Shakespeare revolves around the notion of determinism, death, love and deception.
This shows the Nurse really cares about Juliet more than her own mother. The nurse also helped Romeo and Juliet marry in secret. But could fate and coincidence also be held responsible.
These types of characteristics irritate characters such as Lady Capulet but keep the audience humoured and entertained. The nurse is no longer the person to whom Juliet can turn to.
When Juliet needs the nurse most "Comfort me, council me" the Nurse lets her down and tells her to forget Romeo and marry Paris.
She acts as an accomplice with Friar Laurence in bringing the two lovers together. That is the last scene in which we see the Nurse. The Nurse was perfect for the job because she had just lost her little baby Susan, and The Nurse will now have unwanted breast milk that is ideal for Juliet as Lady Capulet does not want the role of breast feeding