Scoop: Kris Jenner sets sight on Harry Styles

Jason Merritt/Getty Images file photoKris Jenner is "thrilled" her daughter is dating Harry Styles.

Jason Merritt/Getty Images file photoKris Jenner is "thrilled" her daughter is dating Harry Styles.

Kris Jenner is reportedly “thrilled” that her wee one, Kendall, is dating British boy-band heartthrob Harry Styles.

But Radar Online says his buddies are warning the One Direction singer to stay as far away from the matriarch as possible, because she has been known to “sink her teeth” into the beaus of her children, exploiting their relationships for commercial gain. Note: Kanye West, Lamar Odom, Reggie Bush and Kris Humphries.

“Kris will push them to do joint business ventures,” said the source. “She'll make sure she benefits off them.”

Is it serendipitous that the minute Kendall Jenner's PR machine began pumping out press about the young reality star, she also began dating the world's hottest young bachelor?

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