However, it turns out there was an incident which led to this, meaning it was an injury which led to this taking place.
David had anisocoria, which means one pupil is bigger than the other, rather than heterochromia, which is when the eyes are different colours.
Anisocoria means the iris, which is the part of your eye with colour, can not react to light in the same way as the other eye, so it looks as though that eye is darker than the other.
David’s pupil was the result of an incident from his childhood, which took place at a school in Bromley in January 1962.
Published at Tue, 29 Sep 2020 20:40:50 +0000