How genuine is the reconciliation of the Capulet and Montague families at the end of "Romeo and Juliet"?

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The interaction is genuine. The they have lost everything due to the feud. In addition to losing their children, they have lost other family members (Tybalt and Lady Montague. There is nothing else for them.

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