Who does Juliet end up with in Love Actually?
Titled Red Nose Day Actually, we see writer-director Richard Curtis follow-up on the lives of some of our favourite Love Actually characters. The sequel confirms that Juliet chose to stay with her husband Peter after all of these years.
The short film revealed that Juliet indeed stayed with Peter, but don't feel too bad for Mark: He ended up marrying his longtime celebrity crush, Kate Moss.
Harry is married to Karen, who is friends with Daniel and her brother is David, who works with Natalie.
13 years later, the Love Actually cast reunited for the mini-sequel Red Nose Day Actually, and it was actually the best thing ever. Not only did it answer all of our burning questions about what the couples are up to now, it also helped raise funds and awareness for children living in poverty.
Although his sister is a big fan of Juliette, his mother thinks she isn't good enough for her family. However, Juliette and Sean get married without telling anyone and a little later, when she realizes her mistake for getting married in a rush, she files for divorce.
Juliet initially grows close to the castaways' leader, Jack Shephard, but ultimately falls in love and forms a relationship with James "Sawyer" Ford, with whom she moves on to the afterlife in the series finale.
However, the popular theory is that Juliet is so simple and pure of heart that she just feels affection for Mark in the moment that he holds up the signs to her and wants to let him know that it's appreciated.
On Christmas Eve, Mark confesses his love for Juliet via words cards in the style of Bob Dylan. Juliet finally acknowledges her own small attraction to Mark with a kiss. Mark then leaves Juliet with Peter, content that she's happy and ready to move on with his own life.
Karl, played by Rodrigo Santoro, looks like a hot nerd at work, with his glasses and compulsory Love Actually knitwear. But when he disrobes after going home with Sarah after the work Christmas party it's clear that he also, somehow, finds the time to visit the gym three times a day.
She confronted Harry about it after their kids' Christmas play, and the film ends on an even more ambiguous note that sees Karen welcoming Harry back home from a trip. Freud confirmed that they stayed together, but “home isn't as happy as it once was.”
Where did Harry go at the end of Love Actually?
Luckily during the screening a fan asked that very question, and Freud said: “They stay together but home isn't as happy as it once was.”
Natalie : He said no one's gonna fancy a girl with thighs the size of big tree trunks. Not a nice guy, actually, in the end. Prime Minister : Ah! You know, um, being Prime Minister, I could just have him murdered.
Aurelia : [in Portuguese] Just don't go eating it all yourself, you're getting chubbier every day.
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Later on in Shatter Me, Adam finally kisses Juliette and Juliette realizes she is in love with Adam. Adam tells her he loves her and they both decide to escape from The Reestablishment and Aaron Warner. They decide to go to Adam's house.
Towards the end of the episode, after they have arrived home, Nick proposes to Juliette. However, Juliette turns down Nick's proposal, stating that while she does love him and wishes to marry him someday, she feels as if he's keeping secrets from her, and thus can't be married to him until things change.
Later in the books, they do get back together and Aaron proposes to Juliette.
With this realization, she can choose whoever she wants to be with, and Juliette recognizes her love for Warner. She admits this to him, and they go on to sleep together.
Romeo goes to the tomb and realises he can't live without Juliet. He takes the poison and dies next to her. Juliet wakes up and sees Romeo dead. She then kills herself with Romeo's dagger.
After three years, Kate returns and Sawyer's old feelings seem to resurface once again. However, Kate declares her love for Jack and they reunite in the finale. Despite the hints of Sawyer having feelings for Kate, Sawyer's true love is Juliet and he reunites with her in the end.
Why does Juliet have a knife?
Juliet stabs herself with Romeo's dagger, a phallic image symbolizing the reconsummation of their marriage.
Rather than stay with her, the Friar leaves the tomb and Juliet is left alone. She then kills herself with Romeo's dagger.
Then, at Friar Lawrence's cell at the church, Paris tries to woo Juliet by addressing her as his wife and saying they are to be married on Thursday. As he leaves at the Friar's request, he kisses her.
He is defeated and destroyed by Alex, Justin and Max who were using the Power of Three. During this, Alex and Mason get back together and, after a long time, Justin finally gets back together with Juliet. In the hour-long series finale, Alex, Justin, and Max compete in the family wizard competition.
Juliet wakes from her coma to find both Romeo and Paris dead. Juliet kills herself. The Montague and Capulet families, however, honor their dead children by ending the feud.