The TV presenter asked her two-year-old son Rex if he had any ideas and he was quick to offer up his own suggestion.
Cotton tweeted: "Me - 'what do you want to call the baby when it's born Rex?' Rex - 'Bob the builder baby'."
Me-"what do you want to call the baby when it's born Rex?" Rex-"Bob the builder baby" 👌🏼— fearne cotton (@Fearnecotton) August 13, 2015
The tweet prompted Cotton's fans to reveal similar odd suggestions their children had given for their new babies.
@Fearnecotton My 4 year old's response to the same question was Baby Iron Man— Glitterish Allsorts (@GlitteryAllsort) August 13, 2015
@Fearnecotton Awww. We had a friends & their son said he wanted to call baby when born 'Elgin Sparrowhawk farm manager'. They didn't! lol xx— Hatty (@_Hatty_) August 13, 2015
@Fearnecotton my niece wanted me to call my little girl Strawberry after a fairy in Ben+ Holly's Little Kingdom, so that's now her nickname!— Pippa Wilson (@hellopipski) August 13, 2015
@Fearnecotton my son suggested Percy after Thomas Tank engine...and Boris after a friends cat...x— Amberley Rose (@AmberleyRoseUK) August 14, 2015
Cotton announced she was pregnant with her and husband Jesse Wood's second child in February this year and said she wouldn't be finding out the baby's gender before the birth.
The 33-year-old left her job at BBC Radio 1 in May and said she was waiting for the next "amazing opportunity to come up".
She told Red magazine: "But if there wasn't anything really grabbing me, I would be very content being at home with the kids."
Soon after the birth of her first child, Cotton spoke about how much she loves being a mother.
She told The Express: "When I had my son Rex two years ago, I don’t think I was expecting anything to change, but the love that you feel is off the scale."