Paris directs his last request to Romeo before dying when he asks Romeo to place his body with Juliet. In the play "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, Paris is a relative of the Prince and is engaged to Juliet against her wishes.
Lord Capulet arranges for the marriage of Juliet to Paris, the event which leads the desperate and already married Juliet to fake her own death to avoid the wedding. Paris witnesses Romeo trying to enter Juliet's tomb and, believing him to be up to mischief, begins to fight with him. Romeo kills Paris and, in accordance with Paris's wishes, lays him in the tomb.