Celia and Rosalind although r not daughters to the same mother, their relationship is far better than that between two sisters born to the same mother. As said, they have been brought up together like JUNO'S SWANS... Celia even agrees to leave the court along with her cousin Rosalind when she was given order to b banished. This shows the intensity of her love as she happily agrees to sacrifice all the luxuries of the court life and accompany her sister to her hardships. But she thinks that Rosalind does not love Celia as much as she does her. it is not so.... Rosalind's reciprocation is so because she is upset about her father been banished..... Is is also said that never two ladies loved each other as intensely as they did..