The couple’s two youngest daughters, Angela, 62, and Deborah, 58, have largely stayed out of the limelight, save for a high-profile spat over money earlier this year.
Angela, who is married to Danish artist Peter Kjaer, is very involved in the arts. She lived in the US for seven years, but eventually returned to Hongkong, where she purchased an art gallery in the California Tower in upscale Lan Kwai Fong. Its opening in 1993 was attended by Stanley himself.
Deborah is known for her trademark buzz cut and androgynous style. She reportedly once told reporters, "I don't need anyone to woo me, dogs will always have the number spot in my heart."
In 2000, she went public with her relationship with a female model from Xinjiang named Golly and sources claimed that Stanley was infuriated with her coming out.
She is also reported to have a strong interest in the property market, snapping up a number of high-value houses and buildings in the past years. In 2005, she opened a two-storey foot massage parlour cum hair salon in Central Hongkong. She handed over the reins to her female friend, Liang Caiyi, for reasons not made known to the public.