Your question is something I have wondered about for a long time. I always thought if there was one person I could talk to in the Georgiou family, it would be Anita. I guess because I would like to hear a sisters point of view of her famous brother. I have always wanted to meet Anita, even more so than meeting Yusuf.
Here is one nice little clip from a biography that I found that you may be interested in.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ From the Evans Bio:
There are many testaments in this book about Steve’s mother, Ingrid who sadly died in 1990 and also about Steve’s sister Anita, the eldest of the three Giorgiou children. I can personally attest to the fact that both these women were exceedingly kind, very proud of Steve, the ‘baby’ of the family and also extremely indulgent to the whims of both baby, boy and man. Ingrid had a wonderful serenity and patience and she appeared to be a very uncomplicated woman. She spoke very gently, in a distinct but soft Swedish lilt. Almost musically. I’m reminded of her each time I see Liv Ullman or, even, Ingrid Bergman. Perhaps it’s the~ Swedishness but rather, I think, because of a certain stoic, resigned quality which lends dignity to that particular embattled reality of life displayed by people who haven’t been blessed from the outset with silver spoons and safety nets. I suppose the quality is of perseverance, of quiet determination. Anita, though physiogriomically very different from Ingrid shared these qualities. I only knew her as a ‘grown-up’, married as she was and still is to Alex Zolas to whom she is devoted. I never distinguished temper or spirit in either woman although there was oodles of sensitivity. Emotions were, plainly, deeply felt. I felt instinctively that both women had the ability to observe and absorb in plenty.
Also, I have written to a man who was the younger brother of Anita's best friend during her teenage and young adult years. He seems to have a lot of admiration for Anita, which has lasted to this day. One thing he did tell me which I thought was interesting, was that Anita was the mastermind behind Cats' 1st Fanclub 'Pause', which was set up in the late 1960's. According to the Pause magazine that I have up on line here, it mentioned Cats' cousin 'Helen Kitsos' as secretary, but doesn't mentioned Anita by name. I asked David, the person whom I was corrisponding with, and he said it was because Anita was a quiet, reserve woman who liked to stay out of the light.
To me it sounded like Anita was/is a wonderful older sister.