Tartan-clad performers, spinning oversized Tunnock's tea cakes and a giant kilt were among the highlights at a feel-good Commonwealth Games 2014 opening ceremony on Wednesday night. The Queen officially opened the games before a 40,000-strong crowd in Glasgow's Celtic Park with millions more expected to watch on television. Thousands of athletes from 71 nations and territories took part. They entered the stadium after the live show, which had a cast of around 2,000. The Queen declared the Games open by reading her own message from inside the Commonwealth baton. Read more >>
The cartoon by Paul Thomas from the Daily Express shows the Queen and Prince Philip at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The Queen, who is wearing a parachute, says, "The parachute? I'm hoping I might be jumping out of a plane again ..."
The queen is referring to the opening ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics when a stuntman dressed as Her Majesty jumped out of a helicopter (not a plane) and landed just outside the Olympic Park (watch video at 4:40). And see this earlier Paul Thomas cartoon which uses a similar idea.
Note the use of 'might' to express possibility. See Oxford Dictionaries for more on using 'might'.