"I wouldn't be able to, but no," Prince answered.
Chase testified about Prince's relationship with his father and the devastation his death caused.
"Prince has always been, even at 12, the little man -- daddy's little man," she said. "He wanted his father to be very proud of him, which Michael was."
The teen has "the weight of the world is on his shoulders, the eldest, big brother and father figure to his siblings," Chase testified. "It's a lot for him, growing, liking girls. He wishes his father was here to give him advice. It's devastating to him."
Blanket's 'dance moves like his father'
Blanket, who was 7 when his father died, is now 11 and a fifth-grade graduate of his home school. "l keep thinking he's older because he's so smart," Chase said.
"As the littlest, he has his older siblings to protect him, but I still think the youngest child will be the most affected," she testified. "Being the baby, it's a lot of remembering what daddy did, and it's constant nonstop talking of him and his father's relationship together."
Like Prince and Paris, Blanket is "feeling a little lost as well," Chase said.
He has to dress up each day, even though he is taught by a tutor at the family's Calabasas, California, home. But he can wear what he wants on Fridays -- which usually is a T-shirt from the Cirque du Soleil "Immortal" show based on his father's music, Chase said. "He wears it constantly."
"He does dance moves like his father," she testified.
My 'junior clients'
Michael Jackson hired Chase as his family's chef without meeting her -- based on the recommendation of Prince, Paris and Blanket, she testified.
She first met with her "junior clients" in the kitchen of the rented Los Angeles mansion where they were living while Jackson prepared for his comeback concerts.
The interview involved a discussion of "everything from food to video games," she said. "They wanted to make sure I knew healthy food."
"'We eat healthy," Chase said the children told her. "We don't eat any beef or pork. Daddy likes apricots, we like fruit and Blanket likes mangoes."
"It just felt like this was a place I needed to be," Chase said. "It was a beautiful beginning."
Dining with Daddy
Meals were "their time to bond," Chase said. "This was his time with them privately."
Chase -- a graduate of the Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy in Paris -- would set the table with a different theme for each lunch, featuring recipes from different countries, so the children would learn something while eating.
"One day we would have east Indian food," she said. "We would discuss what part of India we were eating from."