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Feb 25, 2016

Answer:

He doesn't realize how terribly sad she is, and what she is sad over. He assumes her to be fine about the marriage.

Explanation:

"...Which, too much minded by herself alone,
May be put from her by society." Paris believes that if Juliet had someone to be around her, she would be happy.

[when Juliet enters] "Happily met, my lady and my wife." He immediately assumes she is happy to see him; although that is subjective depending on how one reads the line.