Lady Montague
Physical Description
Gender Female
Personal Info
Status Deceased
Relatives Lord Montague (Husband)

Romeo Montague (Son)

Play Romeo and Juliet
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Lady Montague is a character in Romeo and Juliet.



Family TreeEdit




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Sampson | Gregory | Abram | Benvolio Montage | Tybalt | Capulet | Lady Capulet | Lord Montague | Lady Montague | Escalus | Romeo Montague | Paris | Peter | Juliet Capulet | Martino | Anselme | Vitruvio | Placentio | Mercutio | Valentine | Rosaline | Livia | Valentio | Lucio | Helena | Nurse | Susan | Lucentio | Petruchio | Lawrence |

Lady Montague in 1968 Romeo and Juliet.

Lady Montague is a character in William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.


Lady Montague is Romeo 's mother and the wife to Lord Montague. She dies at the end of the play from grief over Romeo's exile.

Great QuotesEdit

"Thou shalt not stir a foot to seek a foe." - Lady Montague, 1.1

"O, where is Romeo? saw you him to-day?Right glad I am he was not at this fray." - Lady Montague, 1.1

"Alas, my liege, my wife is dead tonight. Grief of my son’s exile hath stopped her breath." - Lord Montague, 5.3


  • In Romeo and Juliet (1968), Lady Montague never dies, and appears with her husband at the end of the movie to honor Romeo and Juliet.