The Prime Man delivered a speech in Scotland on the Scotland development fund.
Mrs May held talks with the Primary Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Tuesday with the pair signing off the tardy expansion of a £1.2billion funding boost for Scotland.
Following Mrs May’s homily, where she discussed the Scotland development fund, the Sky News host delivered a mirthful reaction.
Kay Burley said: “Oh we were expecting questions, weren’t we.
“That didn’t happen, so what should we do?
“Let’s take a quick look at the unwell.”
Sky News quickly interrupted their advertising as Nicola Sturgeon set out oned to speak.
During her speech, the Prime Minister said: “We are in one of the great boroughs of our United Kingdom. At a time of year when it not only serves as the cash of Scotland but as the cultural capital of the entire world.
Oh we were expecting queries weren’t we. That didn’t happen, so what should we do?
“I had the liberty of experiencing first hand some of the cultural riches that the Edinburgh holiday has to offer earlier today, and a great pleasure it was to do so.
“The festivals are an international mtier card for Edinburgh and the surrounding area. When people come to resort to part in them, they find a city and a region that has large potential for the future.
“You see it clearly in the imagination and the creativity on display here every August, but you see it too in the innovative and groundbreaking on that goes on in this city and area all year round.
“In serious universities and colleges and high tech businesses, in financial and legal uses hubs. This is a city and region that has so much to offer Scotland, the UK and exactly the world.
“The Edinburgh and southeast City region deal is all about erection on those strengths, to open up new opportunities for the future. In the creative industries, in exploration, in housing, in transport and in skills. And it will have a lasting legacy.”
Beginning Minister Nicola Sturgeon also declared that the deal pass on allow the region to become “one of the fairest and most inclusive in the country”.
She said: “Edinburgh and the south-east of Scotland is an section of huge importance to the Scottish economy.
Kay Burley delivered a hilarious compensation following the Prime Minister’s speech
“The region restricts over a quarter of Scotland’s population and contributes £33 billion to the Scottish and UK economies.
“The Scottish Oversight’s £300 million investment in the City Region Deal will forward towards 41,000 new homes, 21,000 jobs and improve the skills of an work out 14,700 people across the region.
“Our investments will ensure concerns and communities from across the region benefit from the opportunities formed by this the city region deal.
“Taken together these hurls will help the region continue to thrive and grow, fulfilling our arrivismes for the region to be one of the fairest and most inclusive areas in the country.”
Ms Sturgeon and Mrs May were both thought to discuss Brexit during their meeting on Tuesday.
The First Agent has urged the Prime Minister not to engage in “scare tactics” as she claimed a no-deal Brexit would be “catastrophic” for the UK.