Juliet, who is innocent and youthful.
William Shakespeare's famous romance tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" tells the story of how two lovers sacrificed themselves for their love. The two characters of Romeo and Juliet had to die but it also brought about a change in their families' past feuds.
Among the many other characters in the play, the nurse plays an important role in the love story of the two protagonists. We know that she had been the one taking care of Juliet since she was born, breast feeding her and also taking care of her every need, more than lady Capulet herself. In fact, she is more of a mother to Juliet than her very own birth mother. Though her approach towards Juliet may have been coarse, she cares more about her feelings and wants than anyone else. She acts as a foil to the innocent and youthful character of Juliet. She also showed great support to whatever Juliet wants, helping her out in her secretive marriage and relationship with Romeo even though she knew it was illegal for the two to love each other. She also made sure she gave rational and realistic responses to Juliet's sometimes wishful thinking, like the full sacrifice Juliet was ready to give for her love.