You are lucky to have the same colour eyes as Elizabeth Taylor, whose eye colour was legendary. I have never seen or understood that famous colour. It must be so fascinating for everyone you meet. Likely, I would stare, not meaning to be rude, but just to enjoy that unusual & famous colour. Don't worry, I'm very straight!
I have weird eyes that people never seem to be able to describe: greeny-greyish-blue. I have a very distinct dark line around my irises that my daughters have inherited. The older one has greyish-blue eyes, but the younger has these piercing blue eyes, with a black line around the iris, and almost a starburst of white around the pupil. Complete strangers stop us sometimes to comment on her eyes!
My parents both have brown eyes, but my oldest sister has blue eyes. It's because both of my parents have the blue eyed gene, so my sister inherited both of their blue eyes genes while me and my other sister both got brown eyes.
My husband's are green and mine are blue and the kids' inherited the blue. I seem to recall that when that happens it means he has the genes for blue eyes on his side too (one of his parents having blue eyes).
Hazel. Can't remember what Parents' were!
My children are Cornflower ('Peter OToole') Blue, daughter, & son, is Brown.
Daughter inherited her paternal Grandfather's colour, & son, his Father's.
I didn't get a 'look-in' anywhere! Maybe my Grand-daughter will have my Colour! Time'll tell!