Can Heterochromia be passed on to children?

Heterochromia is a genetic mutation that cannot be passed down to children. It occurs as a defect in meiosis, and it produces an extra gene for eye colour. Alas, there is a greater chance that the child of a person with heterochromia will also get heterochromia, because there is a better chance of the gene mutating. But still, the chance of heterochromia is rare nonetheless.